The plantation office.
A black locust tree in Lady Jean's garden. Most of the trees had long gone by and this was the only one left with any color.
Lady Jean's favorite place to sit in the garden. The garden itself is huge and still in the process of being restored, as it was thirteen years ago the last time we were here. We were told that it has the largest collection of irises in the state. I guess we'll have to come back in the spring.
Bee skeps, but no bees. Gone for the winter, maybe?
The loom house built in 1830. Here the slaves transformed the cotton picked in nearby fields into cloth.
The spring house containing the well which supplied water to the main house and outbuildings.