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... a champagne reception for all passengers and then it was time for dinner. I've eaten more in the past two days than I have in the last couple months, or so it seems. We went to the theater where there was a musical act of Memphis related songs--typical show boat fare but entertaining none the less. Kateva is ready for bed, and it's only 7:30. Thank goodness for our balcony. :)) there's a full moon shining on the ...
... bean casserole, and a great shrimp dish (sorry, don't remember the name, but it was wonderful). Followed by King's Cake. Tasted like a HUGE Cinnabon, covered in colored sugar. They start making them after The Epiphany, and go through Fat Tuesday. Wonderful, but I would weigh 300 pounds if I lived in NO. Met Katy (their daughter) and Nick, son-in-law. Great kids. Katy is due in September with #2.
... hello and welcome they bellowed. You're not from around here. Oh no, no, no we’re not. Where you from? Oh we’re from NY. (The answer to that question will be changing in the near future.) First we heard about the Stony Brook Baseball team which had beaten LSU the previous weekend in the college championship. Someone else at the bar chimed in, "Well I don’t totally hate NY because at least they have some conservatives up ...
... underneath us, or throwing plant pods at the gators to make them move. We had a lot of laughs at his expense. He was ready to go back after an hour.
Anyway, after the tour, we headed back into Houma and had a lite supper (me salad, Roger stirfry). The rich, fried foods are starting to weigh us down. Ugh.
(If you want to listen to some Cajun music, go to the Houma website at http://www.houmatravel.com/. They have Cajun radio playing. ;o)
... had harvested the cane. Didn't see any for sale to suck on sadly.
The narrative of the guides, and ours in particular (Jay), is built on first-person accounts, estate records, and original artifacts from the Locoul family, who built the simple, Creole style house in 1805. Laura was very much a working plantation and this is why the rooms are not styled in the style of typical rich plantations ...