Best Western Inn at Coushatta
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... with trim of the same color yellow as my yellow wall. I tried to take a picture of it for y'all but my camera threw up in its own mouth.
Surprisingly my wishes were heeded and I was not disturbed again that morning. I stayed up at 0900 to blog and video edit, working until about 1030 when it was time to pack up and leather up once more. I was on the road shortly before 1100. I guess you could say I didn't learn anything from my couple of days with Bill, I ...
... east back to Alexandria. Because it was hot it probably was not the right choice - but another lesson learned.
Pulled into the Best Western Alexandria - had a very welcome shower and researched places to eat. Ate and drank at Spirits and had a great conversation with the barman John and the gentleman sitting next to me who was also John.
Left the bike at Spirits - 30 min walk back in the morning to pick it up.
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... provided communications back to Kathy who could then relay information to the mechanics. Kathy and I stayed with the bikes for security. Elizabeth and Janet had gone off in search of a hotel. The rooms were booked at many places and were very expensive but we Did finally find 3 affordable rooms. We were hot and tired at the end of the day, but I was grateful to be safe and sound in a town where services could be sought out.
... as a sort of lever, holding the bristles with his foot and thwacking the pie tin with the handle, which he pulled back and let go sort of like a slingshot. The egg, as promised, dropped straight into the jug while the pie tin flew across the room. The magician then proceeded to give away his secret: first you pickle the egg in vinegar for 12 hours or so, which turns it rubbery so it won't break. With that, they all trooped ...
**It is worth noting here, that people in Louisiana are really friendly. We have heard "Have a good day" everywhere we have travelled in America. Although only a subtle change to "Y'all have a good day" in Louisiana the real difference is you can really tell they mean it. **
**p.s. Louisiana is ridiculously flat! I reckon if we were both 6 ft we could see the whole state without having to move around!**