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... of green pastures with beautiful green trees and lots of grazing cows. If not for the power lines that marred the view, it would have been perfect. Honestly, I don't think Texas has ever buried a power line. They love their erector sets that hold the wires up high and transfer power from station to station.
We followed the trains all morning and we saw many, most heading west. We saw three in the just 20 minutes. The ...
... on USGT-7 and again wound through the desolate country side of East Texas. I expected maybe a slight increase in traffic due to the weekend, but it was not the case, if anything there might have been less. At Crockett, TX I turned on to USGT287 and then 363, crossing in Louisiana mid afternoon. The riding was great, smooth empty roads, 30 minute interval stops to drink hot water!
About the last 50 miles of east Texas is the oddly named Big Thicket National ...
Lafayette Louisiana is about 2 hrs away from New Orleans, and known for its Cajun food (versus Creole in Nola). We went on an amazing food tour by local Miss Marie, who taught us that Cajun is actually an American *******ization of "Acadian," the name for a group of French settlers in Canada in the 17th century, many of whose relatives eventually ended up in Louisiana.
... They have a wonderful tradition I would love to adopt. They spend sunset on he beach with a glass of wine and cheese. Check out the pictures. Fred even arranged a full moon for us. Haha. Fred showed us around the beach towns. Rob and I both fell in love with a little town Grayton Beach. Now this is what I picture when I think of a beach town. This is now number one on our list of possible ...
... curb side of the rigs facing in and there is a covered patio in the middle. They also have live entertainment most every weekend. When we arrived mid day on Friday, the side of the park that we were parked was mostly empty, but by the end of the day, almost every site was filled - LSU was playing away and so were the Saints, so they came to ...