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... was very interesting. We went to the Creole plantation, Laura first. It was a beautiful piece of property and the main house was very colorful. It was interesting to learn about the architecture. It brought home the sadness of our country's history of slavery. Next, we went to Oak Alley Plantation. The home was much grander and pretentious. The property was simply beautiful. The oak trees were upwards of 300 years ...
... a little worse for the wear anyway, so I am not altogether upset to be replacing them. They are not something I want to skimp on since they are the insurance policy against the Jeep coming loose and driving itself down the road.
Cheryl got some bean soup started in the crock pot this morning, and later I went to add some sea salt and the lid fell off the salt grinder. An untold amount of salt went in the pot but we managed ...
Found a great RV state park camp site, as usual these sites are nice and spacious with no wall to wall RVS, this was just on the outskirts of New Orleans, a short ten minute drive to a ferry. After parking the van and walking onto the ferry it took only 4 minutes to reach the Old French Quarter of the town.
We caught a tram to first view what was around, very short trip around 10 minutes before it reached its ...
... out on pancakes sadly. Then I took over the driving and lasted about two hours before needing to stop again. And thus the day continued like this, Hayley and I swapping over every couple of hours and one picnic stop at the Alabama Welcome Center, and we were in New Orleans by 4:30pm.
There are some epic bridges you have to drive over to get into the city, they look like rollercoasters as you approach as you can’t see over the ...
... with Ron & had his crawfish omelette which was okay but not outstanding! The next day we went back to try the famous NOLA Beignet - a deep fried choux pastry sprinkled with icing sugar, served hot - yummy! We thought they were very similar to PNE mini donuts!! When I placed an order of 2 Beignots the girl asked if I wanted 6 Beignots, & explained they serve them in 3's! "I'll take the 3, what's a few more calories" I said, "Did you use the C ...