|Pretty fountain in the Washington Street Plaza.|
|Bonnie, Helen, Brooke, Carol, and Ed posed along the waterfall leading down to the river.|
Rogue House in River Park is a poteaux-en-terre|
style Cajun construction. It is believed to be
the last one of its kind in Louisiana.
|Hanging baskets along the Cane River .|
|Interesting story of how the bayou got its name.|
|Helen with the Steel Magnolia Sign.|
|House where the Steel Magnolia movie was filmed.|
|Walking on the campus of NW State College.|
|Grass littered with blooms.|
|Looks like this might be a sundial.|
|NW State College stadium.|
|American Cemetery dates back to the Louisiana Purchase.|
|Steel Magnolias marker in American Cemetery.|
Marker on American Cemetery fence about the
transfer of ownership from Spain to France,
and then France to the United States. All
completed in a matter of hours.
|St. Denis Oak believed to be 200 years old.|
|Ed and Carol with other side of St. Denis Oak.|
|Judge Porter B&B, Queen Anne Style circa 1912.|
|Snowball Bush still has lots of pretty blooms.|
|Old 1900 Texas and Pacific RR Depot is now City Courthouse.|
|Texas and Pacific RR Depot from 1926.|
|We walked through the cemetery of|
St. Francis Roman Catholic Church.
|First United Methodist Church built in 1963.|
|Old Parish Courthouse circa 1895 is now a museum.|
|Art Deco American Indian on the WPA|
built Natchitoches Parish Courthouse.
|Post Office Building.|
|Pretty Azalea Bush.|