Back in February Terry and I headed down the road to the little town of Minden, LA. Minden has a fascinating history. Founded in 1836, It was once a bustling town and home to one of the first public schools in Louisiana. It is also the county seat of Webster Parish. Like many of the small towns in Louisiana, the town has faded from a bustling railroad and lumber mill town to more of a sleepy berg, but the old buildings that survived fires and tornadoes remain. Its a pretty cool place to visit...I hope to get back over there again before I leave Louisiana for good in a couple months.
Terry on Main Street