City Social Magazine

MAR-APR 2017

City Social Magazine in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

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52 ture greywater from the brewing process to use in irrigation, recycle about 40 percent of the breweries' waste and use LED lighting. Grains used in the brewing process are donated to local farmers for livestock feed. For more information, visit Where to stay Getting back to nature is easy at Log Country Cove, a remote prop- erty with 35 cabins fronting Lake Lyndon B. Johnson, a lake name that is pronounced like the former president. Visitors may enjoy boating, fish- ing and water sports on the lake, hiking through the property where deer and songbirds are plentiful or just sitting on the front porch watching the sun set through the live oak tree canopy. The environment may be pristine but the accommodations are top notch. Cabins come stocked with comfortable amenities such as full kitchens, fireplaces and luxurious linens. Many of the larger cabins offer their own pools. For more information, visit Cheré Dastugue Coen is a Lafayette-based food and travel writer who writes Louisiana novels under the pen name of Cherie Claire. This natural rock formation appears like a hand-sculptured dog in Longhorn Cavern State Park. Longhorn Cavern State Park includes a wall of multi-colored calcite crystals. Longhorn Cavern State Park is one of only two in the country created by horizontal move- ment of underground water.

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