Berry Creek Cabins
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- Free parking
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- Pets allowed
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... a book for self-publication on Amazon.com. He was excited to hear that there is no charge- the publishers of his books have charged dearly and as a result the books are quite expensive- but I plan to look at them when I visit the Library of Congress to do research.
Back to the campground to relax and organize our gear- tomorrow we head to St. Francisville, leaving our pioneer heritage exploration for planter country!
... I crave up north is a good po-boy! I had shrimp and Kerry had oyster. Delicious! We then drove over to Fairview-Riverside State Park on the Tchefuncte River, just a couple of miles above Lake Pontchartrain.
General Andrew Jackson had stayed near here the night before sailing across the Lake, in November 1814, after he passing through the settlement where Jemima and her family lived. In December, the Louisiana Militia ...
... in Rankin County, Mississippi.
We went searching for his gravesite at Cato- our first cemetery search. Time has taken its toll on this old cemetery, but we were able to find a few important graves. One was for Sarah Dent Womack, the stepmother of my 2nd great grandfather, "Injun Abe" Womack. Abe was only 2 when his father, Richard Womack, married Sarah, so she was the only mother he would have ever remembered. She lived to a ripe ...
... 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 ...
If you're making notes on where we are and where we're going, you're going to have to make a change.
Today was planting day again. About 50 people turned out again, and all of us were directed to plant in the water. Well, three of us respectfully declined and they took us to a remote site to plant on land. Three 70-somethings (Us and Bruce from New Hampshire who is staying in a tent in the campground!). They have way more grass for water planting than the type needed for land planting. ...