One of my favorite places to stay is Mulberry Manor. This 1800's rambling farmhouse is an amazing place to stay. It received its name from the area it is in. The community of Mulberry was formed in 1860 near a local wagon road between Sparta and Castor Creek Louisiana. In 1880 a local doctor, E. N. Warren filed an application for a post office. The post office operated until 1900 when it was closed down and transferred to Alberta and Castor.
Mulberry Manor is now the residence of my daughter and her family. This historical marker is just a short ways down the road. From the information they have been able to gather, It seems that Mulberry Manor was built by the owner of a sawmill operation sometime between 1860 and 1880.
My daughter with her husband and three daughters now enjoy the country living that Mulberry Manor offers. They are constantly working to improve the house and the farm. They grow a large garden and have started an orchard with lots of fruit trees.
Mulberry Manor is a busy place where everyone has to pitch in and help. The girls love being outside and helping with the animals.
Mulberry Manor has chickens, bees, a miniature cow and even a donkey. The animals are a big part of what makes Mulberry Manor so special.
The Mulberry Manor property also has beautiful flowering trees, wildflowers and ponds that are great for bird-watching.
I get to spend this coming weekend at Mulberry Manor. Spring is one of the best times to visit. I can hardly wait!
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