10-in gun casements at Fort Jackson on Mississippi River in Louisiana.
This abandoned home is in Leeville, LA. It is now surrounded by marsh and industry.
Oak Alley Plantation, LA
This roadside memorial is just north of Leeville, LA.
St. Louis Cathedral in New Orleans, LA
Tree and building in downtown New Orleans, LA
Day 2 - This morning we went on a wildflower hike with a park ranger. He helped us find and name 42 different kinds of wildflowers.
The hike took us to a place called McGurk's meadow. This forest ranger is explaining to us how Mr. McGurk had to leave the cabin he built because didn't really own the property he built it on. He built the cabin 150 years ago and it is still standing strong.
We came to this hotel for lunch. It is a famous hotel that many presidents and other celebrities have stayed at. All of the parts that look like wood are actually concrete made to look like real wood so it can't burn.
We visited a museum that had a Miwok Indian village, the Indians that used the spice bush for arrows. Most of the village was just a dispaly, like the huts, but some parts are still used for their old religious ceremoneis.
Yellowstone Vacation - Roosevelt Area - Our Cabin
The Eagles Nest in Sandersen. Not a bad place to eat, especially if you like a good hamburger.
The couryard at the El Paisano Hotel in Marfa. Our room was the one on the second floor on the far left. The El Paisano has a great gift shop.
The City Hall in Marfa.
The steeple of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church in Shafter, TX with the Shafter cross in the background.
Fort Leaton in Presidio, TX.
Dining Room at Fort Leaton with 3 foot thick adobe walls to keep the temperature moderated.
Old gate at Fort Leaton.
McKinney Homestead near McKinney Spring.
Starlight Theatre Restaurant and Bar, Terlingua, TX.
Starlight Theatre Restaurante and Bar, Terlingua, TX.
Ruins and Cerro Castellan.
Old Homer Wilson Ranch headquarters at Blue Creek.