Waveland Historic Fun

We didn’t realize we have been living very near a historic plantation until we checked out Waveland. It is only a 7 minute drive from home and very close to the train track. What a neat plantation, complete with a slave quarter, children playhouse, a playground, a pond, a shallow stream under a wooden bridge, a walking trail and quite a few empty green spaces!

Jacob was thrilled when we found an old cemetery dated back to before the civil war on the grounds. The headstones are quite worn out with barely legible carved words.

James was thrilled when the train passed by the field where we were playing.

About debrotnguyen

A smitten couple and loving parents in our mid 30s. We have lived in 3 different countries together. We dream of living in a fourth country together after our children grow up. We love long walks in the woods, climbing mountains, fishing, traveling, reading, and being together. David has an MBA and is a financial advisor with Edward Jones. He works hard to better people's lives by helping them with financial knowledge and planning. Lam is primarily a Mom and a wife, but is currently a graduate school student.
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