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June 06, 2012


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I have never heard of Frogmore Plantation. I love this tour especially the outside buildings. Again, I can't image living back then. I can't image how much work the cook had to do each day! Exhausting if you ask me!

Why did they name the Windsor Castle garden Frogmore? Were there lots of frogs in England?

Thanks for the wonderful tour. I love the photos. Slave quarters make me cringe. I am not a supporter of slavery even though I know all the positives; it just isn't my cup of tea.


Very interesting place to add to our list when we make it to the Natchez area. . .love that you guys always pose for pics. . .we need to get better at doing that. . .enjoy your summer!


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