28 . 06 . 2013

Day 7: Laura Plantation, near Vacherie, Louisiana.

In contrast to Oak Alley, Laura is a traditional creole plantation. This place was largely run or dominated by women in its history. Its name came from an actual inhabitant, a girl named Laura, who grew up here and kept a chronicle of her life here. Our guide was called Camille and she was just terrific, a true creole lady who’s funny and rather sarcastic in her humor.

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    An old plantation in Louisiana that was run by women. Can I live here? Please?
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    I was a tour guide at a Creole plantation, Magnolia Mound. Full costume and all
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    This is one of my favorite plantation.
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    i love laura plantation! and the stories behind it are so interesting too!
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    I have to say almost this exact thing every day when I pitch this tour
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