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... national park service, and the US forest service, that were either lazy themselves or didn't know how to use us. This wasn't always the case, but happened on multiple occasions. Specifically I noticed that working with the USFS , we weren't pushed very hard because we were seen as free labor. And in a way we were. The districts We worked at weren't paying for us, instead somebody higher up the forest service bureaucratic ladder signed a contract ...
... of the Dunleith home after lunch & then returned to our room. Unfortunately our room had not been made up, no coffee, water or juice available so I called Miss Jackie to ask once again about the wifi password & to find out if we could get more coffee. Turns out she also has a full time job, doesn't know the wifi password & clearly couldn't care less about our diminished coffee situation! It's now 7pm & ...
We packed up & left Louisiana this morning & drove straight north alongside the Mississippi River for 200 km's reaching Natchez at lunch time. The drive was pretty & the landscape changed from dark swampy wetlands to wide green rolling hillsides, wooden shacks to massive mansions. We stopped in Roux 61 dinner for lunch & feeling brave, I ordered the Crawfish Etoufee!!! It is a ...
After another delicious breakfast we checked out of Linden, and headed into Natchez. The owner of Frogmore had given us the name of a lady at the Historic Natchez Foundation who she thought would be helpful with information on genealogy. She was busy that morning, but we got an appointment to see her in the afternoon.
In the meantime, we caught a ride on a horse drawn carriage to tour historic Natchez. We wish we had done this first! The driver, Bob, ...
... the Conner family for six generations, bought by Jane Conner in 1849- a widow with 13 children! It survived! I was interested in staying here as the Conners are mentioned in a reconstruction diary I have been reading. Mrs. Feltus, the current owner, is very gracious. The home has been lovingly preserved with federal period antiques, and has 6 acres of lovely gardens surrounding it in a ...