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Old 01-15-2005, 07:17 PM   #1
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Spent the first week of January at Cajun Country RV in Port Allen, LA. Every day there were 4 - 8 out-of-state overnighters. We spent a whole week in the area, touring antebellum homes, saw some beautiful gardens, ate some great cajun food and did some antiquing. It made me wonder, how many of you snowbirds stop to "Smell the Roses" on your trips south. If you don't, you are really missing some great sights.
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Spent the first week of January at Cajun Country RV in Port Allen, LA. Every day there were 4 - 8 out-of-state overnighters. We spent a whole week in the area, touring antebellum homes, saw some beautiful gardens, ate some great cajun food and did some antiquing. It made me wonder, how many of you snowbirds stop to "Smell the Roses" on your trips south. If you don't, you are really missing some great sights.
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