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Travel Blogs from Palacios
... of the area and found this quaint little fishing village. Most of the fishing villages have campsites right at the piers and docks. But, generally they are old and not kept up very well.
There's a lot of development going on all along the Gulf Coast in all of the states. But, sandwiched in among it all are these quaint little fishing ventures.
... and worth another look.
The next morning our friends Pete & Chris showed up at
the WM in their truck, and as they went into shop, we drove the final 5 miles
into out site at Bayou Segnette. Come to find out, a month later, I had changed
our arrival date but they billed me an extra $20.00 anyways so we might as well
of pulled right into the camp.
We had a great 5 days in New Orleans, and I capped this off
with my previous story on New Years ...
... horse races. Manana, NFL playoffs plus 50 cent a scoop ice cream in the rec centre at 3, bring your own bowl and spoon, might go for 2. Yahoo! Also if I didn’t mention, everyone is very friendly, but as you can imagine, a little clicky. I don’t blame them though, as people come and people go. We are already talking about returning to Louisiana. Great food!About the trailer life I think I like it. Like it like that! That’s all folks. Thanks for reading.Its all good.
... have given up their homes in favour of their RVs’ and have totally adopted life on the road. What type of life that was who know. Lets say you were living in an apartment in a large metro area like Houston, you owned an RV of some type, and you were paying storage on a monthly basis, and along comes retirement, and the old 401K isn’t as strong as it should be as you have drank a few to many pints in your life, and you look at the old RV, and you look at all ...
What started as a wonderful driving day ended with a belly ache from the bad creamer at the Exxon Station in Lamar, TX. Colin found us a quiet spot where I spent the afternoon and evening vegging on the couch. Survived my first sick day on the road.
It was wet, windy, and gloomy so Colin spent most of it indoors too. He took a walk out on the pier but the surf was pretty angry so he didn't go far.