Berry Creek Cabins
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 80s sounds good since we have upper 90s with heat index of over 100 in Louisiana. However, according to the weather channel, it should be in the 70s and low in the 50s the week we arrive, that sounds even better!
Jan texted Heidi another list of more things to bring including some Tony Chachere's Creole seasoning to teach them how to make ...
... cousins. Especially the two puppies on hand: my great nephew's, Brody, dachshund puppy, Bourbon, and Callie's Weimaraner-American bulldog puppy, Boozer. Psymon played so hard he slept ******* the next leg of our trip through Texas.
It was hard to leave, but we will be back through the end of June and again for two weeks at Christmas. On to the next adventure, but first we have to cross the 900 mile of ...
We went down to the water and got into our flat bottomed boat. Almost immediately some alligators came along, I would say that as they get fed regularly by the team they know what to expect, but the are free to roam the waterways. It seems that the tour operators use cheap frankfurter sausages and marshmallows to encourage the beasts to turn up and it seems to work very well, and we soon had them snapping at the boat.
After a while we moved off further up river to ...
Midday temp: 21C
Greg and I left the Lafayette area today and travelled towards New Orleans. It's only a two hour drive but what a drive. The highway from Lafayette to Baton Rouge (about 100 km) was on an elevated road built on pilings in the Atchafalaya swamp. It’s quite the engineering feat.
New Orleans during Mardi Gras is the only destination where we had reserved our campsite in advance. And now we are here. For the ...
Much to Dante's chagrin, we are still in Mandeville, and will be here through next week.
Up very early this morning to get to headquarters by 7 AM. Today, Dr. Jane Lubchenco, Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere and Administrator for NOAA came to celebrate 10 years of collaboration between the US Government and local agencies trying to restore wetlands and estuaries. It was a big deal - speeches, media, ...