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Day 3 Headed out later after doing an hour of yoga and and hour of meditation.I made a goal of Baton Rouge for today and spent the day winding my way along the Mississippi River. I tried several times to actually see the river up close but there is a dyke all the way along it to keep the river in its place and so that the rich fertile lands of the floodplain could be used to grow cotton. There were signs to not go onto the ...
... encounter with the police as they were doing licence checks on a small country road and we were stopped. I think Wade was hoping I got tasered but he was out of luck this time.
The last bit of the drive into New Orleans is interesting as the road is in the swamp and is built on pylons. The houses are like houseboats and line the swamp. We found our hostel in the Garden District and it was interesting to say the least. I will leave that for the next ...
We had our first day of biking today
which was really cool. It was only about 20 miles but it was kind of
miserable. The first five in particular I contemplated rather
seriously if I could just stop and refuse to go any further and go
home. After a little further I began to be too tired to care and
distracted my self by timing how long each mile took me and
calculating how many mph that was. I found out I was going between
10-15 mph depending on the hills. ...
... were only able to hire one kind and the guy suggested the putter disc. This meant that the frisbee basically wouldn't go very far very fast and given that the holes were each 250 - 300 feet long and in a forest this made things very difficult! Hannah was not a natural, throwing the frisbee backwards once or twice, and into the trees several times! Rob however picked it up well and even managed a par on a couple of the holes, one of which involved a final shot "from ...
... on July 4th. This gave the Union control of the Mississippi and cut Confederate supply lines turning the tide of the war for the north (Well, that's the Sunday school version)
We took a CD audio tour of the battlefield and saw a lot of monuments, plaques and etc. However the one thing that topped it all was the U.S.S. Cairo Museum - a dredged-up Civil war Ironclad ship covered by a massive tarp and wooden walkways. We visited the museum ...