Hampton Inn Leesville/Ft. Polk
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Hot tub
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First I gotta say, La is green!!! Getting off the plane to greet my cousin, I was engulfed in the "greenness" of the state. And to be honest, I had no complaints!! After Brittany Larmer ( yep, no longer a Lamoureux since she eloped to her army guy) picked me up at the airport, we went costume shopping for her and the family. Then after our Sams Club shopping extravaganza, we finally made it to her house in Fort Polk. (I need to add that the ...
Old Natchez town sits high on a bluff overlooking the Mississippi. It was recommended to me as "the little easy" and one can see why. The old town, dominated by St Mary's Basilica, has lovely two story buildings with French balconies over a mix of ancient and modern stores. Main street starts at the former Cathedral and ends at the small park overlooking the Mississippi. When I couldn't find a pair of dark glasses that fit in a "we have everything" store, the ...
Breakfast consumed, dishes done, and camp broken down.
Kerrie and Josh checked out of their cabin and came down to our site to tell us goodbye. They were on the road around 11:45. We hooked up “Ranger” to the back of “Winnie” and were out of the park by noon on our way to Louisiana.
Followed the Google directions down many Farm to ...
... turkey and Carla's famous stuffing! Never had deep fried turkey was very good! Boy, I have done alot of eating this past week. Not much happening today a lazy day! Jimmy, Carla and family were just wonderful this past week entertaining us...we are loving our time with them. And we will probably starve tomorrow as we are off to ...
... is across the lake. Sat around and visited with all the camp folks....Jimmy made his famous ribs...wow cooked for 8 hours...fell off the bones. We had splash beans....found out today what there were. Someone spilled the beans, no pun intended....so they are now called splash beans. White, red and pinto beans mixed with spices very good. Sat and chatted at the campfire all evening...late night again. ...