Coushatta Grand Hotel
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Left Junction Tx behind and headed off at dawn. It was a quiet morning and uneventful. I had decided the night before to ditch the three sisters for some other vacation. When I passed US 83, the road I would have taken south to the sisters, I knew that it was the right decision. You have to be excited about it and not tentative. I definitely did not mind driving by. San Antonio morning traffic. I moved to the by pass in San Antonio at just ...
... ever seen. This is like a metaphor for Texas. Even when they do something wrong, they do it with pride of craftsmanship. We stopped at Bass Pro to watch Johnny run in fear from the fish. Emilia thought they were great and kept trying to grab them. I guess he doesn't understand the whole "invisible force field will keep the fish from swimming out into the isle and eating me" thing. Some people's kids. We finally made it to Louisiana. Tomorrow; gators. Jenn, Barret and "The ...
... the kitchen to eat. (This is the first visitor's center I've ever seen with a kitchen; this festival is obviously a regular event.)
It's a little sad to see the remnant of the long tradition; clearly Eunice is one of those towns which is dying off as the young people all leave, so that the only people left to carry on the cultural practices are the aging ones.
A highlight of the day was dinner in the ...
Well, yes we drove all this way for warmer weather. That's also about how far away the warmer weather has also traveled. This is the second time the infamous Polar Vortex has swung in down here. Once again, we're hunkered down in a state park waiting until it's safe to come out of the cold.
We had thought to spend some time with our friends Sharon and John Vercellotti, but it was not to be. Sharon ended up with a touch of ordinary stomach flu and we had ...
... acres, and acres, and acres of FEMA trailers parked out in the fields left over from Katrina. You talk about millions of taxpayer money sitting there, yikes. Must be a better way to dispose of stuff like this.
There's a real advantage of going on the back roads - you see the real America, and quirky stuff about peoples lives. There's a real disadvantage taking the back roads - you ...