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Driving along the Mississippi coast today towards Louisiana. The water and the bright sand look beautiful and the roads are lines with some pretty cool trees.
Before crossing the state line we are kicking off my Birthday in style with a Brewery tour at Lazy Magnolia. The town is called Kiln but folks there tell us that the locals call it …
140101-HAPPY NEW YEARS
I am inserting this prior to my last
story of our times in Gulf Shores.
We are here again in New Orleans (NOLA)
for New Years Eve having arrived on the 28th of December, staying at
the Wal-Mart in Marrero and checking into Bayou Segnette State Park in Westwego
La. on Sunday. Not much has changed here in the park, excepting that the main
reception building is no longer usable, and is being rebuilt as ...
131219-The Dark Zone
I publish the entry from New Orleans, have one more to come from Gulf Shores, Night Life.
Hey guys don’t get me wrong about our stay here in Gulf
Coast RV Park. I know my friend Ross gets it, but some of you are not. Angie
and I love it here. We are having a great time. It is places like this that we
feel have a character to them, not rows and rows of neat boxes and lots and
perfect pools with the water lilies all sitting ...
We made it to our campsite! As the sun went down the bugs got louder and louder. Nothing new to us, but the one noise I was listening for was an alligators. Out campsite is right next to a swamp. I realized I had no idea what type of sound an alligator makes so I gave up on that.
I was pretty tired so I ...
... pictures and overheads a tour guide talking about a lady who struggled to win a legal battle only to pass away before her settlement of 36 million dollars - this money went to the state.
The houses are just amazing and the use of wrought iron is most noticeable, everywhere from gutter plates, bins, downpipes and of course balconies. Most of the houses or rather building in and around the French Quarters are 3 stories high and have so much charm, you could ...