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... We crossed into Louisiana at 11:06 this morning. It was a beautiful and sunny day. We made good time and arrived at our destination for the day at 3:15. Nita was going to do some laundry and I had a long list of 'honey do' stuff. If you look at the pictures - you'll understand why Nita decided to postpone the laundry and cycled instead. I still got to a lot of stuff on my list.
Returned to the Mile Branch Settlement at the fair. We were able to park at the local school and get a shuttle bus back and forth to the fair, saving a lot of walking. This town is packed with people for the fair- even on a weekday. We walked through the Mile Branch, and viewed the "Senior Ladies Promenade." Senior ladies in the community compete for authentic frontier dresses. They even bring in some ladies from the local nursing ...
The Valley of the Angels Orphanage is located in San Jose El Manzano in Santa Catarina Pinula. We will be staying with the children in the dormitories. The girls and boys are separated on opposite sides of the grounds and we have our own room while we're there. The children wake up at 5:30 everyday to shower and get ready for school. (Their school year goes from January to October.) We normally slept til 6:30 and go to mass with Fr. Michael and the ...
36 degrees F this morning in Covington. Off to me Orleans airport for my 9:24 flight to Houston and then NYC Apparently it's snowing in New York so I hope I don't have a flight cancelled getting in or out of the city. Flying united flight 1621 MSY to IAH. Gate D5 9:24am departure and arrived 10:50am. Got to fly on brand new 737-900er with new sky interior! United flight 1259 IAH to LGA will depart at 11:38am. Arrive 4:10pm ...
... the sand, or planting in the water. Not even knowing which was which, we immediately chose dry land.
We were issued dibbles and told to take a burlap sack with marsh grass plants that we then had to drag/carry a couple of hundred yards to a planting site. Dig a hole, take a plant, put "the brown part in the hole" and fill it back in. Then, move 5 feet and do it all again.
All in all, Frank and I planted 4 bags of plants - about ...