The town is really very pretty. Since it's a college town there are a few places for entertainment and learning. It was first founded in 1883, so there are some beautiful old homes in the area. We really enjoyed riding around and looking at those homes. Richard spent part of one day doing just that and snapping photos to share with you. Isn't he the best?
I saw all of these houses, but I wasn't there for the photo session, so you get to see what he finds interesting and noteworthy. I have to say, he did a fine job of photographing.
In fact, I may have to relinquish the camera to him because these pictures are much, much better than the ones I generally take.
He hasn't told me why he chose these homes, so I assume that it's simply because he likes them or, as I would say, they speak to him.
If you want to see and read more about Ruston, click here for the official website. To know more about Louisiana Tech, the university in Ruston, click here.
As we were leaving town today, we had to stop at the one fabric shop I found, but this is just a teaser....I'll show you what I picked up tomorrow!
Before closing, I want to remind you to go here to enter my giveaway! You'll find the rules and information you need to enter. Good luck!
Now tell me what do you think about these homes. Wouldn't you love to visit this town in the Deep South?