Berry Creek Cabins
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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- Pets allowed
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... meal was pretty much a chicken and black bean tostada. No cooking involved. Whole roster chicken skinned and meat pulled off Can of whole corn drained Can of ranch style black beans Bag of shredded lettuce Spicy guacamole spread Bag of tostada shells pre-made. Mix together the chicken, corn, and black beans in a bowl. On the tostada shell, spread some guacamole, add lettuce then add some of the chicken and bean mixture on top. Picture ...
... off in about 15 minutes and wouldn't be back on for probably about the next 3 days due to the 20 degree weather that was hitting that night. With me being sick already figured didn't need be walkin around in New Orleans in the cold so decided to just go ahead and head back to jacksonville are and get ready for some spring bass fishing to ...
... and Colonel Thomas Warner, the brother-in-law of Jemima's brother, William Morris, led the 13th regiment from St. Tammany Parish/Washington Parish. The regiment included William Morris and his son Whit, two of Jemima's sons- 18 year old William and 16 year old Ralph Franklin, Jemima's son-in-law, Thomas Barlow, husband of her daughter Frances, and two brothers of Phillip Magee -William and Jonathan Magee. Most male neighbors of ...
... everywhere, and the light was much darker. Looking further into the swamp it felt quite eerie. There were also very large Bald Cypress trees with the arial roots ( called knees) like mangrove roots. In our flat bottomed boat we pushed right into the swamp. We followed narrow waterways with purple irises ( the Louisiana state flower) looking for snakes hanging from trees, but did not find any. We were advised that it was likely because it was a cooler, wet day today, anyway I was ...
Did some housekeeping today, went to Walgreen's and looked at some maps for where we go from here. Instead of staying here until the 9th, we're going to leave on the 5th. They have plenty of volunteers so we're going to skip our last two days of planting. That way when we get to Jay's in Greensboro, we'll have a chance to see him before he goes to Chicago for a week. Go figure.