Smoky Creek Bed & Breakfast
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... path called 306 BBQ.
After lunch, we continued, driving through severe thunderstorms with hail. It was a complete white out. Couldn't see at all. We managed to get through it and made it to Covington, just outside of New Orleans. We checked into the hotel and then grabbed a bite to eat at a pretty good Greek/Lebanese place.
After dinner, we headed back to the hotel and crashed.
Returned to the Mile Branch Settlement at the fair. We were able to park at the local school and get a shuttle bus back and forth to the fair, saving a lot of walking. This town is packed with people for the fair- even on a weekday. We walked through the Mile Branch, and viewed the "Senior Ladies Promenade." Senior ladies in the community compete for authentic frontier dresses. They even bring in some ladies from the local nursing ...
... were unreadable next to the grave of his daughter, Alice Franklin Russell.
We had a warm drive on to our campground- the air conditioner in the car was broken and remained so for the entire trip, making for some hot drives during the last warm days of fall.
We were staying at Bogue Chitto State Park, a campground near Franklinton, Louisiana, and along the same river (Bogue Chitto) which Henry Franklin's mother, my 4th ...
As a family tradition we always stop at the Mississippi Welcome Center for a break.
Jesse and Penelope got to check out the grass area and picnic tables.
Gabriel got to learn how to hookup the RV to the sewer system and clean out the poop.
Zahra and Gabriel tried to convince us to let them drive the RV. NOT!! Get in the Back!
... was advertised as a 30 min drive out of town, but our driver took us along the Chef Menteur Boulvard rather than the interstate highway, which travelled along the edge of Lake Borgne on the Gulf Coast so he could show us some of the Hurricane Katrina devastation. It was tipping down with rain and we were travelling pretty fast so I didn't manage to take any decent photos, however we got a good idea of what must have happened as the water level rose. All the houses that remain or ...