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Miles 2,824 What a great day! Headed out early, stopped by Chimney Park ( http://www.flpublicarchaeology.org/civi lwar/industry-and-economy/pensacola/his torical-marker.jpg.php ) in the morning, picked up all the trash at that park and then finished filling the bag with the little bit of trash we found on the beach. After the trash pick up, headed to Pensacola Beach. ( ...
what? Yep shut, they close at 3pm on
Saturday, oh yay. Never mind I had a
good day, so home for a quiet evening.
As I’m walking along I see a little art fair so I pop in. There was a lot of, not so good stuff, shall we say, but one
exhibit were these awesome paintings, done by a local artist, very New Orleans
and quite stunning, so when I get home and if you’re up my way come on in and
have a look, they will be in my ...
... so someone gets moved to the 'tenement' ovens. You gotta hear it from the natives.
Yesterday we did a drive out to one of the old plantations, Oak Alley, and did the tour through the mansion and wandered the grounds. The Louisiana involvement in the Civil War, and how it affected the plantation, was explained by an older gentlemen who was a scholar of the Civil War. Oh, and of course, there were mint juleps. I thought ...
... and stuffed toys to the people watching.
As were leaving New Orleans we stopped off in swamp country to do an airboat alligator ride which was lots of fun, just a boat with a big propeller on zooming across the water. Saw lots of alligators as the guide fed them marshmallows which they liked - who would have known?!?
Really laid back way of life down in the south, with very friendly people who 'loved' our ...
... at night to keep the trailer warm for our comfort. I am impressed so far with the RV park. We have electricity hook-up, access to water and best of all: WiFi. We can use the laptop to check emails, catch up on news from home, and access the internet for maps and other information to plan our visit to New Orleans. We plan to stay here for three days and enjoy what NOLA (New Orleans Louisiana) has to offer. ...