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In the morning Lynn and I hit the swamp, hurp-hurp. We went for a tour on the Manchac Swamp.
Lotsa gators, turtles and spooky history stories. Very pretty.
AND THEN THERE WERE RACCOONS!!! MARSHMALLOW EATING RACCOONS! **** yeah!
After our raccoon, gator and turtle overdose we headed to 'The Cabin' for lunch which is a ...
... pioneering north of Lake Pontchartrain were mostly Scotch-Irish Protestants, so when the rebellion of 1810 ended Spanish control, they formed a small congregation, and in 1812 built the church. Daniel Morris was one of the early preachers, and it is likely that this building is where Jemima and her family attended church.
Other authentic cabins depicted the typical homes and lifestyles of pioneers of ...
... lived with her second husband, Phillip Morris, in the early 1800's. It was on Berry Creek and the Bogue Chitto River, right on the Choctaw Trail. There is a rafting/tubing company there now, but it was closed for the season, so we didn't go in to take pictures. We will rely on Google Earth for that!
Jemima's place was not far from Covington and Madisonville, so we drove down to Madisonville for lunch at the Crabby Shack. ...
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 ...
... outside fires going, football games on, lots of fun and laughter.
We biked into the lovely small town of Madisonville. Very quaint with adorable cottages throughout. We went to hear a live band on Sunday afternoon-the place was rockin! Really enjoyed the beautiful live oak trees and spanish moss.