Traveling Supreme Natchitoches Rally, Oct. 29, 2020 – Today was the last day of the rally in this historic town. Our excursion today was to Robeline to tour the remaining house of Fort Jesuplocated about 22 miles from Natchitoches. It was constructed in 1822 to protect the United States border with New Spain and return order to the Neutral Strip. The fort was in operation until 1846 and the US continued control of the abandoned fort site until the privatization of the site in 1869.
After the tour and lunch on our own, we met with Bud and Rosalyn Odom at the meeting room. They were on their way home from Houston.
Again, a special thanks to Susan Kercher for her work on this rally and Marie Moreau for the tours.