O.K. This is the last post for road trip day 5. If you clicked on the Jungle Gardens link, then you know that part of the gardens is an Egret sanctuary. Some of these photos are of that sanctuary. The light green patches are the green covered water. Don’t know what to call it. But it’s really pretty.
The small white things in the distance are the egrets.
This is how they made concrete in Louisiana a long, long time ago. Can you see the shells in it? Being married to a concrete man, we had to get a picture of it. It was pretty interesting and cool to look at.
Being the explorers that we are, we wandered off the beaten path again, walked thru some trees and brush and found this piece of paradise. In the middle of nothing. But Sarabeth dubbed it as the place she wants to get married. It’s hard to tell from the picture, but you could easily seat 50 to 100 people in there. I wish I knew what it was made for.
So this is the end of Jungle Gardens on Avery Island. I hope you enjoyed all of the pictures. I know there were a lot of them, but there were so many different things to see there and I wanted to share them with you. If you ever go to Louisiana, please go to Avery Island. I wish we would have had time to tour the Tabasco plant too. I hate Tabasco, but I like touring places.
Up next………New Orleans