The Anabelle


The spring pilgrimage in Natchez includes a tour of four homes per day. We didn't get there in time for all four, so we did the two in the afternoon. Our first stop was The Annabelle. Our hosts dressed up in Victorian attire for the occasion and graciously showed us around their home.

It was lovely inside and out. The table is already set for Easter dinner with the lovely spring colors - pink and green.


Tomorrow I'll show your our second stop - Belle of the Bends.

6 comments:

Rambling Round said...

Beautiful! I did the Natchez tours some 25 years ago and would love to go back. Selma just had its Pilgrimage this past weekend, and I took plenty of photos; however, there was rule of no inside pictures.

Hilda said...

That is such a gorgeous home! What do you call that lacy woodwork over the porch — I've always loved those in old Southern homes.

Olivier said...

waouhhh la table est immense, superbe

Jacob said...

Lois Anne would love to join your tour...quite an impressive home!

D said...

oh, wow, this is just beautiful! It's gracious of the owners to share their home.

Kate said...

Formal dining rooms are always impressive. Does one enjoy a meal better if the surroundings are beautful, I wonder?