This house was constructed by Louis Bolduc in 1792 and is the first authentically restored historic structure in Ste. Genevieve.
The Felix Valle house was constructed in 1818 in the Federal style.
The beautiful Crepe Myrtle is frequently seen around town and the photo above really belongs to the house pictured below.
This quaint, quiet, laid-back little village is just chock full of interesting old homes, a mix of early nineteenth-century architecture. There are
also unique little gift and antique shops galore to explore.
I wish I could say that I have many more photos to share, but I really didn't take many photos on this trip. There are times when lugging around a camera and holding it up to your face and getting the right settings for the best shot, etc., are just not that important to me. And this vacation was one of those times. We had a relaxing, fun trip and we will be heading down to Branson soon for the second leg of our vacation. For now, I'm off to do some blog reading and catch up on what you have been doing!
Until next time...