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... able to see the original county land office built in 1812, where Henry had patented his land on the banks of the Tangipahoa River, near Amite and a Choctaw village. The land patent office is now being used to store documents and is right next to the county courthouse. We visited the courthouse which had a wonderful index, so we easily looked up land and property documents for Henry, and found one which had his ...
... public, including a complete replica of a stage that Britney performed on made by a 30 yr old man, over the course of 6 months which resulted in permanent nerve damage!!! Oh my god!!! As well owning Britney's childhood bedroom furniture and recreating the room for display, the museum also holds some of her awards, childhood toys and the angel wings from her Femme Fatal tour. I suppose you should also know ...
We came, we saw, we were turned away because no loads were ready... so we drove a bit down the road, and sat on our butts waiting, but luckily we got a new load, and its waiting in Louisiana for us. We are gonna snag it tomorrow morning then head on up to Wisconsin. Lots of nasty weather out there, several deaths, one in company even, so I am hoping we don't have to encounter any more of it.
Onto the hour drive to Kentwood which inevitably took almost 2 hours because girlfriend and I got super lost in the middle of nowheresville. We did manage to find the Kentwood Museum which was supposed to contain a mini-Britney museum inside. When we arrived, it was a tiny **** shack that was closed so then we managed to spend another half an hour searching for Britney's favorite burger joint, "Nyla's Burger Basket" in Kentwood, ...
... routing, 200 olive trees are to be uprooted. Many of these olive trees are upwards of 2000 years old, planted in Roman times. As the soldiers approached, the villagers and fellow internationals were pushed back into the residential area of the village, at which time my friends and I were gratiously welcomed into our friend's parent's house. True to custom, we were offered tea within a few minutes, and delicious home-made ...