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... that way; gives me a sense of infinite possibilities having survived that long), which we combined with trips to Dinosaur National Monument and Black Canyon of the Gunnison.
Even before the Ewing’s invitation, Emmet had contacted us, as he occasionally does when he is in town, for a Saturday lunch and chit-chat. Emmet often comes to town from one of his residences in California, Nevada or Colorado to attend board meetings dealing with projects tied to his and ...
... in the south, like the well-preserved overseer's house (a reminder of the era of slavery and plantations, which were the backbone of the state's rural economy). The museum is an engaging and interesting way to spend an afternoon and you can either take a guided tour or make your own way around.
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... the states...delicious. We drove approximately 150 miles to Baton Rouge to where we are staying tonight on our way to New Orleans. We first crossed the bridge ( the bridge we saw from our motel in Mississippi ) over to Louisiana. We did not want to retrace the same route as yesterday as we needed to travel via Natchez. Therefore we went from Mississippi to Louisiana back to Mississippi and back to Louisiana . It was nice ...
... deluge. After 20 min. it let up enough to continue. I stayed on my plan to ride up the Mississippi River. The weather front seemed to be moving west to east but slowly. Taking the slower road worked and the ride from NOLA to Baton Rouge was actually pleasant. I got some great pictures of 2 plantation houses, and farms. This area must produce half of the gasoline in America. The oil refineries on this road ...
... 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 ...