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... the Intracoastal Waterway. The tour lasted two hours and took us deep into the bayous of the Jean Lafitte State Park south of New Orleans. We saw many alligators. Our captain lured them to the boat by issuing 'alligator calls' and tossing marsh mellows into the water that they instantly swallowed. We also saw blue heron along the banks and fortunately did not see any of the 22 species of snakes that reside there also. ...
... I'm going to take photos on his highest level. He said we can see the gulf & all over the island....
In the evening we went to Theresa's for boiled crab... Yummmmy good! After dinner we sat & talked for a couple of hours...I just hope they don't get tired of us before we leave....lol
Theresa & Me could talk for hours... And we did!
I got photos of Theresa's ...
Today we left Tuscaloosa, Alabama and headed for Mississippi & then on to Grand Isle La. We felt it was an easy drive, just a short jaunt. we only went 399 Miles.... Not much to see but trees along the way. We were very happy that our route wasn't through the middle of New Orleans.. The traffic was good most of the way until we got to Lake Pontchartrain bridge. They were working on it & and cut 3 lanes of traffic to one lane, close to the end. It took about 45Min's to ...
Do you know what's really happening in the Gulf of Mexico? Do you think
the Gulf is clean? The seafood is safe? If you think all is well and
the repercussions of the spill are over, please watch this video. It
will change the way you think about what America is being told about
... an appreciation of the road system we all currently have. Back to the topic. The trip to Grand Isle and that petite ville itself. This was an entertaining day. Getting there was a visual treat, filled with people, places, and things I had never seen before. From lift bridges over the roadside canal, which was filled with shrimp boats by the way, to houses that were all built up on stilts, to ...