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... stay in our rocking chairs on the porch. Yikes, back inside, the mosquitoes are out and hungry.
Tomorrow we are taking a tour of Laura plantation and may go into Baton Rouge. Lots of graveyards around so hope to get some rubbings but not here as it is a graveyard for the family of the slave owners. I will consciously try to keep in mind and pay tribute to the poor people who were enslaved and suffered so.
... does not even begin to describe the sequined designs of electric guitars you could see. I tried to buy their CD but the woman at the sales table was not very familiar with their music and was not even sure which of the 4 CDs they had for sale was the most recent. I took the band's info and will try to track them down after. Next up was to be Royal and Dumain Hawaiians, and their start time was immeadiatly after at another stage so we left a few minutes ...
... thing! We tidied up the pitch and hit the road, temporarily having to get back onto the Natchez Trace Parkway – hello old friend! – before passing through Natchez and into Louisiana, and our final state of the trip! Laura was amazed to see a KFC Buffet place by the side of the road, but unfortunately (for her!) it was far too early to load up on fried chicken, so we passed it by. Pretty much as soon as we found ourselves in Louisiana, the roads ...
... and Kristin - we cannot thank you guys enough and look forward to the memories we will make in the future as you know you haven’t seen the last of us! We love you guys! And many thanks to all of the great guys (and girl) at NOLA Brewing for making us feel right at home and inviting us to enjoy so many fun nights with you! I have said it many times, but I absolutely left a piece of my heart in New Orleans. It is a magical city in so many ways I never saw ...
... person is from. The Cajun ethnic group (French-speakers from Acadiain) are a significant portion of south Louisiana's population. Cajun's have exerted an enormous impact on the state's culture, particularly in the architecture and food. Two day's ago I'd never heard of jambalaya, gumbo, red beans with rice and po-boys, but down here it's common terminology for delicious food. Thank's to Nick, this is just one of the many experiences he gave us. It is always great to get ...
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