Old Mandeville Bed and Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Mandeville
... share some fish. Instead, they fired up the gumbo pot outside on the picnic table. I think we may have had PB sandwiches.
Visited with the two guys that were across the way with their very nice trailers and wives. Can't believe we didn't exchange names, but they were offshore petro workers in their early 40s spending time at Chicot doing what they love to do...fish, talk, and generally enjoy themselves. "Down here in LA we ...
Nolan was feeding the alligators marshmallow looking things....a little strange to think that they were being fed junk, however they weren't complaining. The raccoons on the bank, were very keen on the treats ...
... outside, the colder they make it on the inside. The kids and adults were freezing. The meal was delicious. We had profiteroles in Aunt Maren's honor and then headed home for a good night's rest.
I headed out for a run on the river path that starts at Harrah's the next morning. The path is nice enough but too short. Downtown is not a great running area but I tried to make the most of it and someone ahead or me ...
... selling their wares on the streets. We did naturally, find a really good place to eat and had some of the best Jambalaya I have had in 20 years.
The RV park we are staying in is right on Lake Pontchartrain. It is a nice park but the not set up for big rigs like ours. It took ...
... that hit this area last week much of the area is underwater. The rangers told us that when we checked in.
What this campground has it that the Tammany Trace Bike Trail goes right by it and it is about 32 miles long starting in Slidell and passing the park, Mandeville and ending in Covington.
Saturday is going to be a nice day and we plan to ride the trail! There is a lot to do ...
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