Berry Creek Cabins
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... 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 ...
Headed to the Franklinton, La. library for research. They have a wonderful selection which is well organized for genealogical researchers. We found out that using digital scanners and photos is illegal in Louisiana- all must be done on the copy machine at the library-interesting. Took some notes and made some copies- one with the signature of my 4th great grandmother- Jemima Morris Franklin Magee! We tried to visit the piece of land ...
We went down to the water and got into our flat bottomed boat. Almost immediately some alligators came along, I would say that as they get fed regularly by the team they know what to expect, but the are free to roam the waterways. It seems that the tour operators use cheap frankfurter sausages and marshmallows to encourage the beasts to turn up and it seems to work very well, and we soon had them snapping at the boat.
After a while we moved off further up river to ...
... of a huge plantation and sugar mill that sits of 2,800 acres. There are no full hookups just water and electricity but most sites are raised a little so RV’s won’t wet ground after rain storms like the ones we just had. There are hiking trails (most still under water), bike trails, picnic areas, and swimming at the beach on the lake. The park is divided into two campgrounds old and new ...
Yesterday I said Frank's boots fit for marsh grass planting. I don't think all of you know that the reason we're in Louisiana is because we are 2 of 400 volunteers who have come to plant 70,000 marsh grass plants to help restore the wetlands that were damaged/destroyed during Hurricane Katrina. We are planting on the North Shore of Lake Pontchartrain in the Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge. I don't know ...