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... regardless of your wealth or the size of your house, Katrina did not discriminate. Whole neighbourhoods washed or blown away...people couldn't come back for 3-6 months. Bodies lay undiscovered in ruins for weeks and weeks. Some were never found...and some bodies never claimed. Katrina, to me, is yet another example of the contradiction that is the USA - wealthy, 1st world, yet shamefully negligent on occasions... Surrounding NOLA are swamps, bayou and ...
... Final, looked like a white wash, wonder what Tasmania has to pay out to the Hawks as a sponsor now? We are heading now to the Deep South. We crossed the Pearl river and took at comfort break at the Visitor centre not long after at 8.20 am until 9.00 am. The stop had a Lunar Module trainer and had the signature and feet in cement of Fred Hayes an astronaut on Apollo 13 underneath it. Elizabeth took pictures of us crossing the county line out of Louisiana and into ...
Woke up late this morning and decided to take it easy after yesterday's long walk. Spent the morning relaxing in our room. At about noon I went for a walk over to Armstrong Park. I wandered around and found several statues of famous Jazz players, Louis Armstrong being just one. There was also a square (not sure why as is is circular in shape) called the Congo Square, this is where first the Indians ...
... last full-blooded Colapissa remaining until 1915..
Elizabeth Locoul, grand daughter of Guillaume, ran the plantation for many years. She was an astute and sneaky business woman with a renowned mean streak a mile wide. Laura was the fourth mistress of the plantation until she sold it in 1891. Amazingly she looks almost exactly like my cousin Dolores. Interesting because my great grand parents are from France, settled in Quebec and later emigrated to ...
... she was a very hard woman and got meaner with age. The whole family had rage issues with several murders by them but they had enough money, they paid off the governors. Laura was groomed at a young age to be mistress of the plantation but she hated it. When she had the chance she sold it for nothing to go live in France with her secret lover who she later married. The 1800's had so much scandal. It was later sold to a german creole family that lived ...