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... which is weird. In the enclosure they actually have a bird enclosure and a fish pond so about two a day will die from that , there is about 500 butterfly's in there they were so beautiful, there was even massive moths bigger then my hand. It was really humid in there supposedly they are more active when it's humid and they have little bows with fruit everywhere because there love to eat it , and stunning flowers. It reminded me of visiting Perth zoo as a kid when they had ...
... and cast their fateful ballot. In the crowd was delegate Joseph E. Miller, the husband of Beasley Campbell's daughter, Elizabeth Rose Campbell. With him would have been his friend and colleague, Gen. Zebulon York. Just a few years later, Robert H. Miller, the son of Joseph and Elizabeth, would die at 2nd Manassas, serving under General Zebulon York. According to one family story, his father had come to visit, and found ...
... she gave us a personal tour of the ship through the night as well as we had exclusive tables to ourselves and free drinks well the cocktails were, John had to pay for the beer. We also were give a bag of goodies, I just live the champagne glasses and I am going to make sure they get home safely, as well as a free photo, John just loved that. The food was mediocre but what can you expect when it is a ...
... fun and is noisy. There is heaps of shops that sell voodoo dolls and mardi gras stuff. They also sell hot sauce.
Like Vegas, you are allowed to drink while you are walking along the street, so I got a frozen margarita and just wandered.
Barry got drunk.
Its an early start tomorrow so early to bed.
We were off to Laura Plantation to check out the apparent best tour here. Very interesting as this was a Creole plantation run by women. The original house was built in 1805 by a native of Senegal captured into slavery. Guillaume Duparc received the property from Thomas Jefferson. It was located in the middle of a Colapissa Indian village. After acquiring more land sugar production came into being. The natives were considered to be Frenchmen so they lived on the fringes ...