Sportsman Inn Motel

Address: 15130 Highway 21 S., Bogalusa, Louisiana, 70427-7966, United States | Motel
 
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This motel is located on 15130 Highway 21 S., Bogalusa.
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Travel Blogs from Bogalusa

Meeting a master genealogist

A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 16, 2014

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Returned to the Mile Branch Settlement at the fair. We were able to park at the local school and get a shuttle bus back and forth to the fair, saving a lot of walking. This town is packed with people for the fair- even on a weekday. We walked through the Mile Branch, and viewed the "Senior Ladies Promenade." Senior ladies in the community compete for authentic frontier dresses. They even bring in some ladies from the local nursing ...

Patriots before a storm

A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 13, 2014

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... and Colonel Thomas Warner, the brother-in-law of Jemima's brother, William Morris, led the 13th regiment from St. Tammany Parish/Washington Parish. The regiment included William Morris and his son Whit, two of Jemima's sons- 18 year old William and 16 year old Ralph Franklin, Jemima's son-in-law, Thomas Barlow, husband of her daughter Frances, and two brothers of Phillip Magee -William and Jonathan Magee. Most male neighbors of ...

Ancestors and Alligators

A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Oct 12, 2014

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We drove from Meridian Mississippi through Bienville National Forest, where my Taylor ancestors had briefly lived, then to Polkville, where my 3rd great grandfather, Henry Franklin, a justice of the peace and master Mason, lived before his death in 1852. He had been planning to travel to Texas by boat to join the rest of the Franklin/Womack clan, who had traveled overland, bringing his household goods with them. The Masons buried him at ...

Down in the bayou

A travel blog entry by calsanders on Apr 29, 2014

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... everywhere, and the light was much darker. Looking further into the swamp it felt quite eerie. There were also very large Bald Cypress trees with the arial roots ( called knees) like mangrove roots. In our flat bottomed boat we pushed right into the swamp. We followed narrow waterways with purple irises ( the Louisiana state flower) looking for snakes hanging from trees, but did not find any. We were advised that it was likely because it was a cooler, wet day today, anyway I was ...

Rockets and tires

A travel blog entry by malbet on Feb 17, 2011

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We had a great time in Louisiana and felt that we were able to fill in the other side of the Acadian story from our visits up in Nova Scotia.

It was soon time to get back on the road again, that lovely I-10, back to what I remember from our very first trip when we were travelling west – potholes and roadworks (maybe one day it will be a great surface to travel on after all the work they are doing). Down in this area of course ...

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