We loaded up on easy snacks and lunches to have in the car...saved some major cash this way!
Loaded up and ready to go!
Jacob spent many hours of his 6th and 7th year of life playing in this water
This is the house they lived in....it's actually in a small community called Holly Ridge..like 1 blinking yellow light, kind of small community.
The road that leads to a bridge that was another favorite hang-out of Jacob and his friend, Rusty
While one of my favorite parts of the trip was seeing a little piece of where Jacob grew up, the girls
were ecstatic to get to stay in a hotel....
One thing about Rayville, LA....it's 20 minutes from the Duck Commander!!
Sadly, no sightings of the bearded men that day ;(
Uncle Si has enjoyed many glasses of sweet
tea right here...as seen on Duck Dynasty!
I took this picture for my grandad...it's the Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway.
Thanks, Denden, for your service to this great country.
And this beautiful church is so full of love - many of them remembered Jacob, his sister, and parents, still pray for them, and were super excited to see him and his family. They welcomed us all as if we were there to stay! If you're ever passing through Rayville, LA - I highly suggest visiting FBC Rayville :)