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... lived in (it is ten years since the disaster). It seems wherever you drive in New Orleans you see damaged homes boarded up or fenced off. The second area was the Upper Ninth Ward and is now called Musician's village. Two local musicians teamed up with Habitat for Humanity and redeveloped the homes for local musicians who had lost their homes. At the time it was commenced in 2007 it was the largest scale, biggest budget and highest profile redevelopment undertaken. Next day ...
... of the road, and USGT's are not immune to road construction, but these roads are amazing.
As much as I love my new map book I think I will look for an equivalent that just lists this level of road. I think it would be a cool challenge to try to cross the country completely on USGT's. I am looking for a challenge for upcoming trips, although I still have the Arctic Ocean to achieve. You may have seen on this blog site that I have a trip from ...
... We go early to catch the museum/heritage centre and run into a small festival. Max is well away when you can pull the rope for the bell on the old steam engine and ride the oil drum train as well as get up close as a 100 car freight train goes by.
Our train ride goes smoothly and is actually early in Fort Worth & Dallas. Maybe not surprisingly, we get the same coach attendant as on the way done - her name tag read T. Booker, so Booker T it was.
... Museum on base. Liz buys a pink cavalry cap for post head shave.
Thursday sees us do a little walk in SteelHouse State Park (rattlesnake risk mentioned at end) and then go up to Belton Lake for lunch. We continue to be a novelty with our British, or is it Australian accents, and two blonde, blue eyed kids.
The weather has got hot but we have an electric storm and a tornado warning so we get the full 'lie in ...
It was time for my first official trip as an active full-time RVer!
There were a number of *hiccups* in my meticulously planned travel day:
- In Huntsville, all traffic was detoured because of a community leader's funeral.
- I hit more pot holes than I could count.
- There were so many more 18-wheelers & bikers on the road for a Sunday than I expected.
- It took me ...