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Yet another set of quiet days. We headed in the right direction to skip construction traffic. Also, after some looking we managed to find a spot to stop for Southern Food (family here always goes for chains, this time I wanted to actually have some so we stopped BEFORE hand). Mary's Southern Kitchen, I think was the name. Very good, and very happy we stopped, also managed to get a lunch for the next day out of it (thanks to the amount of food).
... I felt like I had stepped back in time. There were no other houses, cars or people in sight only lots of lovely animals. The dog Deuce and goat came up to the verandah to greet us and Freddie was immediately entertained...thank God! The donkeys, horses, goats and sheep all came to the fence to be fed every evening. It was so nice to see the kids enjoy really simple things such as feeding the animals. Freddie I think could even make a good farmer! We decided to check out ...
Glad to be staying at a hotel. It is so hot out here. It is 95 degrees but feels like 103. Yow! We were going to camp at a place with a water park but it is to hot. I was glad to here we were going to stay at a hotel. We went to visit Bret Favre's home town. Small. The town was called Kiln. We went out to eat at a sea food joint. Mmmmm yummy yummy. Awesome crawfish pie and very spicy. Tomorrow we are going to NEW ORLEANS!!! Yay. Please keep checking in. See ...
... weather was deteriorating a few miles ahead so we pulled over to the shoulder with the traffic barely creeping past us. Then we saw the rain heading our way fast and we both scrambled to get at least our rain jackets on. No time for rain pants as it started pouring down in buckets. Ben and I were soaked from the waist down. After easing back into traffic, we sloshed and slogged along for another 4 miles at about 4 mph. The hold-up was not road construction ("Who works on roads in ...
... feet wet and went across the road and wiped them on grass. I took a photo of his black toes from his army weekend two weeks before we left. I met a bloke who had army pants on and he had a little chihuahua in his map pocket, her name was "little girl", she was shaking poor little number. Off we went and Chanda put a movie on called The Legend of Baggavance. Once again I don't need entertaining and put my headphones on, Andrew followed suit. I went to sleep until I was ...