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Monthly Archives: May 2019

30 May 2019

St. Louis Cemetery No. 1, New Orleans, Louisiana

St. Louis Cemetery No. 1 Every time I get to New Orleans I feel my soul get a jolt of electricity and I’m so excited for what I’m going to see next. Two days is NOT enough time for the city of the dead, you need a good year to do and see everything you might want to. Located at 425 Basin St, New Orleans, Louisiana is the historic St. Louis Cemetery No.1. You will remember it from the movie […]

24 May 2019

Alexandria National Cemetery, Pineville, Louisiana

Alexandria National Cemetery Pineville, Louisiana Located in the Rapides Parish in Louisiana is a beautiful community called Pineville. It’s a smaller area outside of Alexandria which is an open book of historical places and people.   In 1867 the 8 acre area was taken from a local area resident to establish a cemetery which was intended to bury Union soldiers who had died in the area during the Civil War. Of the 1,378 Civil War burials, 507 are known and […]

23 May 2019

Bonnie and Clyde Adventure

In April of this year my father, AKA Pops, came to visit me down in Louisiana. I asked him where he may want to go on an adventure. He wasn’t sure so I suggested the Bonnie and Clyde Ambush site and museum and there was no stopping us! I love anything that is off the beaten path, a place that no one in the world may see unless you take pictures and narrate and bring them there with you. The […]

22 May 2019

Rapides Cemetery Pineville, Louisiana

Located on the banks of the Red River in Pineville, Louisiana is the oldest cemetery in the Rapides Parish named accordingly, The Rapides Cemetery.   Within the perimeter of this marshy area is the graves of veterans from every single American conflict from the Revolutionary War all the way up until Vietnam, James Madison Wells who was a controversial governor of Louisiana during the Reconstruction period, and George Mason Graham who is known as the Father of LSU and many […]