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May 22, 2011

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Alan & Marilyn

Interesting hist of the antebellum mansion. As far as Duffy's -- YUM!!

Marsha

That po' boy is bigger than you Margery!

Glenda Griffith

Margery, As a teenager my family visited New Iberia and toured a plantion, that looks like this one. At the time I was studing the poet Longfellow and found Evanglin's grave on the grounds. It sure made my studies come alive !! Do go to the Tabisco island.Great !

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