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... yelled at that morning. Something like 'HURRY ON UP THERE, WILL YA'. He said he turned around and there was no one there.
We had a quick tour of the bottom level and were told some of the gruesome history. Pretty awesome place.
Next stop was Rosedown Plantation. Another beautiful old house with amazing gardens that went forever. It was easy ...
... br> That evening we headed back to Franklinton to the Washington Parish Free Fair. This is the 2nd oldest fair in Louisiana and one of the largest in the country. We walked through agricultural, food, and craft exhibits, but our goal was the "Mile Branch Settlement" - a collection of vintage log cabins and buildings which have been brought here and lovingly preserved. The settlement is peopled by costumed ...
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 ...
On our way to Memphis we made a quick stop in a small town called Kentwood - also know as the home town of Britney Spears! At the museum of Kentwood (yes, they actually have a museum) there are a number of rooms dedicated to its most famous former resident. I felt a weird mix of feelings between fascination and feeling completely freaked out. A lot of the things on display are made up of collections from members ...
... at the site very much so we'll be okay here. Once we were set up, we biked along the trails in the park. Some of the trails were flooded and one trail which had an extensive boardwalk was severely damaged during hurricane Katrina has still not been repaired. We rode until we saw the 'Do Not Feed The Alligators’ sign. We felt that was far enough.
Our friends Marie and David, who live near the park, visited us after we were set up. ...