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... wrought iron. The streets were full of fortune tellers and buskers, art galleries and antique shops. We particularly loved the skiffle bands on the street corners. New Orleans is a happening place.
One of the highlights was lunch at Antoine’s Restaurant, the oldest and one of the classiest places in town. It opened in 1840 and is still owned by the same family. Picture an opulent dining area ...
... Florida. Dan is recovering from his flu bug and even went for his first dip in the Gulf, water temperature 71 degrees.
Our trusty little Roadtrek is providing us with many challenges, most of which we solved only to create others. The water system is probably quite simple but a conundrum to we novices. I think we have it figured out now but will need to find a plumber to fix the one ...
... so often!!
We liked all the island hopping over bridges with views of coastline & clear blue ocean. People seem to be fishing everywhere in Florida, we saw the longest fishing piers many created from the old bridges. To summarize - ...
... car trips, Sheree has read aloud some book that both of us wanted to read anyways. Since the radio stations were primarily playing country or Christmas music, we decided that this would be a good time to crack open the book we have been waiting for and pass the time in this fashion. The book is called " An Embarrassment of Mangos" by Ann Vanderhoof. We saw the intercoastal waterway when we were coming down the east coast ...
... thunderstorms and lightning. This morning, in between thunderstorms, we went out for a 3 mile walk through the slash pine forest, white sand dunes and along the beach. See photos. We returned just in time before another thunderstorm which featured close lightning, momentary loss of power (thank you surge protector) and torrential downpour. Now a little reprieve before next volley.
Monday, we begin our return west for ...