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whiskeysix This beautiful #Victorian home sits vacant in downtown #Monroe. It is pink!!! #louisiana #abandoned #pink 4y

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whiskeysix That #cocacola #bottle is almost as big her! She is a tiny two year old but so adorable!!!! #photography #children #beautiful #ponytail #eyes #babyblues #crates 4y

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whiskeysix This is just so peaceful looking 4y

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whiskeysix Flower in my backyard 4y

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whiskeysix These #foxes are so cute! Look at that bushy tail! 4y

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whiskeysix Oh was I lucky!! I happened to spot a fox on the side of the road in West Monroe close to Lake D'arbonne. Completely unafraid of humans, just waiting for someoneone to come by and feed him/her. 4y

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whiskeysix Another view of the bicycle 4y
  •   katina1990 I could write a tale about this 4y

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whiskeysix A lost, forgotten toy lying outside in the backyard. Lonesome little bear!!! 4y

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whiskeysix Where could these possibly be located? Desiard St!!! 4y
  •   brucebabb Desiard St in Monroe was mentioned in an article in last weekend's Wall St Journal! It was about the "stroll" sections of some towns and smaller cities in '30's and '40's where African Americans had their own businesses including nightclubs where pre rock and roll music thrived. Desiard St was the first stroll section named. 4y
  •   whiskeysix @brucebabb wow!!!! Would have loved to have seen that article! Will have to look that one up!! I have a book full of old pictures of Desiard St that came from the special collections dept of the Ouachita Library and it was fully lined with businesses on either side of the street. Very prosperous at the time. Thank goodness Monroe has some good history!!! 4y

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