Smoky Creek Bed & Breakfast

Address: 1734 Gaylord Dr., Bogalusa, Louisiana, 70427, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 1734 Gaylord Dr., Bogalusa.
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Travel Blogs from Bogalusa

Meeting a master genealogist

A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 16, 2014

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... tell about each lady and her life and family. It was a nice change from the typical beauty pageants that you see.

While there a lady told us about the "Genealogy Booth." We had missed it on our way in. We stopped by on the way out and seated at the table was E. Russ Williams. He is a noted genealogist on this area, and has published many books which are used by genealogists researching this area. One is "Kinsmen All." He ...

Ancestors and Alligators

A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 12, 2014

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... Jemima Morris Franklin Magee, settled in 1811.

We set up our tent, picking our site carefully AWAY from the river and lakes available as we read numerous signs nearby- "DO NOT FEED THE ALLIGATORS." We were the only ones in a tent- the rest of the campers had wisely opted for travel trailers. We drove to nearby Covington for dinner, then retired in our tent to the sound of a persistent hoot owl, but no alligator invasions.

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Time for a short break!

A travel blog entry by bradjwalker on Jun 28, 2014

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As a family tradition we always stop at the Mississippi Welcome Center for a break.

Jesse and Penelope got to check out the grass area and picnic tables.

Gabriel got to learn how to hookup the RV to the sewer system and clean out the poop.

Zahra and Gabriel tried to convince us to let them drive the RV. NOT!! Get in the Back!



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Trip overview

A travel blog entry by hmetevier2 on Jun 25, 2014

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... water and bleach is). But it was nice to get to live another way for a time. I enjoyed the change from the cathedrals to visiting the elaborate temples and wats. I liked eating the local food, even though the dishes were washed in the streets and you could never b sure if your food was sanitarily prepared. The Vietnamese food was by far my favorite. I am however ready for a break from noodles and rice. The landscapes of Vietnam were also my favorite as ...

Down in the bayou

A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 29, 2014

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... other wild life. We saw turtles and bright red birds called Red Cardinals. We stopped at a spot where some wild boar are often seen and soon alng came a whole herd of piglets who we rewarded with more marshmallows. No sign of the parents, which from the website pictures look huge.
We moved further up river again past a number of houses ruined by Hurricane Katrina and out of the fast moving river into the slow moving bayou ( ox bow lake). Here the Spanish Moss hung down from ...