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... yelled at that morning. Something like 'HURRY ON UP THERE, WILL YA'. He said he turned around and there was no one there.
We had a quick tour of the bottom level and were told some of the gruesome history. Pretty awesome place.
Next stop was Rosedown Plantation. Another beautiful old house with amazing gardens that went forever. It was easy ...
... pioneering north of Lake Pontchartrain were mostly Scotch-Irish Protestants, so when the rebellion of 1810 ended Spanish control, they formed a small congregation, and in 1812 built the church. Daniel Morris was one of the early preachers, and it is likely that this building is where Jemima and her family attended church.
Other authentic cabins depicted the typical homes and lifestyles of pioneers of ...
... such fond memories. Our home was beautiful and not far from the gulf. It was good to see that this time the town has nearly recovered from Hurricane Katrina and there are many new beautiful homes along the beach- this time built higher and farther back from the seashore. The day had been sunny and beautiful, but as we drove back to the Bogue Chitto storm clouds gathered and broke, dousing us with heavy rain and wind. We arrived back ...
Once we arrived in New Orleans, Marie took us to the French Quarter. The French Quarter is a 13 block by 6 block area and I think we walked all of it. What an experience. First we went to the market. This is a huge area of artisans, eateries, and music. We watched our first second line dance, where people wave napkins above their heads and snake their way among the tables. We had planned on trying some beignets (sort of like a doughnut) but the lineups were ...
... small space. The new inverter is working beautifully and we were on the road again by 6p.
Back to Zea Rotisserie for dinner. It is really that good. Nice glass of Sonoma-Cutrer to go with dinner too! Good end to a happy ending of RV repair.
This place is getting awfully familiar and we are excited to get back on the road!