Honey's Treasures

Honey's Treasures

Monday, April 28, 2014

Steel Magnolias

Some of these last few posts (or pictures) might be mixed up and not in chronological order and I apologize for that.  After Eunice we stopped off in Natchitoches again for three nights just because we love it there.  If you ever get a chance to go there, do!  You will love it.  Our favorite restaurant is Merci Beaucoup.They are famous for their meat pies and the bread pudding.  We tried the apple dumpling this time and it was delicious.  I also love their lemonade tea.  The gumbo and the red beans and rice is very good, too.
One of the days we rode our bicycles all over the historic district and I had my camera slung over my shoulder to grab some shots.
This is the house they used in the film Steel Magnolias.
Since we were in Natchitoches, we watched the movie again and recognized this garden in one of the scenes.
View of town from across the Cane River.
They used this beautiful tree lined street (which is across the river) in the opening scene of the movie.
Another day we rode our bikes down the Historic Cane River.
Saw some friendly (and cute) cowboys.
They were kind enough to let me snatch some pics of them.
Oakland Plantation.
When we got back to the truck and loaded the bikes, it started to pour down rain.  Thunder and lightening, too!  How lucky is that?

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