Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Baton Rouge/I-10
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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 ...
... and we enthusiastically accept. Both Dan and Martina have remodeled their homes by themselves and we are inspired to build or remodel our own homes someday!
Texas is surprisingly green and lush and jungly and not so surprisingly, hot. We end up staying with Carol Montgomery in Carmine, an awesome woman who also built her own timberframe house, but as she said... "when you see a turtle on a fencepost, you know he must've had some help getting there." She ...
... the majority of the plantation dwellers lived. You can read more about Oakley here: http://www.crt.state.la.us/louisiana-st ate-parks/historic-sites/audubon-state- historic-site/index
We had lunch at the "Carriage House" which was part of "The Myrtles Plantation." Now the Myrtles has a reputation for being the most haunted house in Louisiana, and it was in full swing with ...
Today we drove across the Old Choctaw Trail to the historic towns of Clinton, and Jackson, Louisiana. We were held up at Greensburg by another parade- apparently fall is the parade time of year down here! Every child in town appeared to be featured in this parade, which passed by the historic court house and land office mentioned before. The road was shut down for about an hour, but we made good ...
... walls. The floors are beautifully designed and executed marble mosaics, some of which I took pictures off before realizing photos were not allowed.
This is the distinctive hat worn by all Doges. BTW, wives of Doges were termed Dogaressas!
The piazza (courtyard) connecting the Palace and the Basilica was used for ceremonial purposes and served as water ...