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Overhead were multiple aircraft including a P-51 Mustang, Corsair, TBF, B-24 Liberator and B-17 Fly Fortress. The B-17 was called My Gal Sal and has a very interesting history spending years on an icecap. You can read about it here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/My_Gal_Sa l_%28aircraft%29
Not to be a spoiler but the hacksaw hero is on display as well.
What is interesting about this exhibit is that there are 4 levels of ...
Today was a hot day. Let me rephrase that a really really hot day. I overheard one women say that it felt like 107, which is 41 degrees Celsius. I started my day with a Layette Cementry tour. I was a little early so I did some walking around. It was around 8:30 and I was already sweating. I am not sure if it's because of the heat but my sandals fave me blisters near the balls of my feet. I thought about returning to my place after the tour and changing my footwear but decided ...
... credentials. The meal was nice ( I got to have Gumbo with crawfish for starter and a local river fish called a Drum for main); we were only slightly put off by a woman of considerable bulk who kept coming over and standing next to us to warm her very substantial behind right up against the fire. She would stand there for five minutes, Rush back to her table to eat something and then back in two minutes to reheat ...
... Street, which I've tried to visit a couple of times but it's always been closed. A lovely church dating from 1851, built on the site of an earlier 18th century structure. The ceilings are beautifully painted with a number of "cameos" woven into an elaborate, flourishing design. There's a mezzanine level decked with flags.
Continued walking down the street that runs in front of the Cathedral, passed Muriel's until I reached Frenchmens Street where I started the afternoon at ...
... to play the wash board but was too shy and then onto the Funky Pirate Blues Club where Big Al Cooper who was very rude but a great Barry White impersonator, had all the ladies giggling. Our last afternoon and we took a cruise down the Mississippi on the Creole Queen before getting a taxi to the airport. Miami Beach is next and this time, 10 years on Pauline is determined that we won't just make it a drive ...