Indian Creek Campground
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- Swimming pool
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- Pets allowed
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Went grocery shopping
Walked around campground and had cookout-beautiful day
... of his books there, some of which are indexes of information which he has collected from many decades of courthouse searches. He was very familiar with the Morris, Franklin, and Campbell families, and in fact, said we are "cousins" on the Morris side! He is a retired professor from Eastern LSU. He gave me his contact information- he has spent a fortune getting his books published and I shared with him my limited experience ...
... the fair, to make it an authentic representation of pioneer life in Washington Parish in the early 1800's.We tasted sassafras tea and Kerry had pork rind fried in a cauldron.
One of the gems is a reconstruction of the "Half Moon Bluff Baptist Church" originally built in 1812- the first Baptist Church in Louisiana. When West Florida was under Spanish control, Catholicism was the law of the land. But ...
... campground amidst thunder, lightning, and heavy rain.
Besides the "Beware of Alligators" signs were "Flash Flood Zone" signs. We ran for our tent and spent the night wondering just how high the alligator laden creeks and ponds would rise that night. Not much sleep, but all was well. We were spared the tornadoes that sprung up in several areas not far away. Again wondering if it is time to reconsider tent camping......
We drove from Meridian Mississippi through Bienville National Forest, where my Taylor ancestors had briefly lived, then to Polkville, where my 3rd great grandfather, Henry Franklin, a justice of the peace and master Mason, lived before his death in 1852. He had been planning to travel to Texas by boat to join the rest of the Franklin/Womack clan, who had traveled overland, bringing his household goods with them. The Masons buried him at ...