Photos from St. Francisville

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If you’ve been reading my blog for any amount of time, you know how much I love my state. Louisiana is beautiful, full of life, bountiful. Sure, there are many things that a person can be negative about here, but I choose positivity. Every time. Being positive, making the world a better place, encouraging others takes so little from each of us, yet it can change a life.

Louisiana does that. It’s hard to go anywhere and not see beauty or change or happiness. It may take effort, but that effort is always worth the energy. To show that ideal, here are photos that I took late last fall while we were in St. Francisville. It’s one of my favorite towns. The Mississippi River runs on one side of town and downtown is the perfect walking tour. In fact, stop by the West Feliciana Historical Society Museum at 11757 Ferdinand Street and let the guides answer your questions, treat you to some funny stories, and give you an expert’s view of things to do.

Richard and I drove down to the river for a few minutes. The weather was beautiful with sunshine sparkling off the river. After picking up a map from the visitors’ center, we decided to take the walking tour to see the churches, houses and shops.

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