Executive Inn and Suites Baker
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... in the late 1700's, 1800's and early 1900's. There were artisans in period dress demonstrating sewing, blacksmithing, and woodworking and a lovely 91-year-old WWII veteran talking about his experiences as a farmer in the area and flirting shamelessly with me. The weather was cold but that meant we encountered few other visitors and so practically had the place to ourselves.
Around 12:30 we left for what ...
... line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">State Bird: Eastern Brown Pelican
Features: Mississippi River, Sabine River, Grand Lake, White Lake, Driskill Mountain
Current Population: 4,625,470
Square Miles: 51,843
... two plantations. The first was 'The Myrtles' which is meant to be one of the most haunted houses in the US. Google that ****, kiddos. It is a long story, but put it this way, many murders. Let me know if you spot any ghosts in the pics or not.
There was some construction going on in one of the adjoining buildings and one of the builders said he ...
... the Natchez National Historical Park mansion of Melrose. A wealthy cotton planter, born in Pennsylvania, John McMurran began construction on this show home in 1841. It was considered one of the finest homes in Natchez- a town full of the town homes of millionaire planters. You can see more about Melrose here: http://www.nps.gov/natc/planyourvisit/u pload/Melrose-brochure-for-WEB-do-NOT-p ...
... Alabama, and when it seemed like LSU was going to win, Alabama make a remarkable comeback to secure the victory.
- The game ticket cost me $25, but we parked in one of the school's campus parking lots so parking was free.
- After the game we spent the night in the dorms and hung out with the depressed LSU students.