Category: Scenic Byways/Historic Routes

So Many Events This October It’s Scary!

All month long, Tangipahoa Parish is filled with events from car shows, to cook-off contests, blues & jazz festivals, fun runs, and so much more! Whether you enjoy reminiscing the days of yesteryear or prefer more modern forms of entertainment, the Hammond/Amite, LA area is jam packed with activities to get you out of the
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Festivals Acadiens et Créoles Celebrates 43rd Anniversary

Festivals Acadiens et Créoles More than 80 years ago folklorists John and Alan Lomax visited South Louisiana to record Cajun and Creole songs to be added to the Library of Congress Archive of American Folk Song (now the Archive of Folk Culture). It was the first time Cajun and Creole songs were captured on tape
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Big Fun on the Bayou in Houma, Louisiana

Travel down to Houma, Louisiana’s Bayou Country for big fun on the bayou. The rhythms of authentic Louisiana music and the smell of our centuries old Cajun recipes will have your next vacation doing the zydeco two step. To up the excitement of your trip, visit during one of Bayou Country’s signature festivals. Best of
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It’s Colorado Fall Color Season Again

The Colorado aspens are glowing atop the world’s largest flat-top mountain, the Grand Mesa. The bright yellow canopy and glistening white trunks accent multi-colored sandstone canyons, dark blue spruce forests and more than 300 lakes. Cedaredge is the gateway town to the Grand Mesa and celebrates the bounty of the Surface Creek Valley each fall
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