Crossland Economy Studios - Shreveport - Bossier City
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... Creole food. The clerk gave us a page with instructions for a nearby establishment and off we went. Unfortunately, when we got there it turned out to be more of a local bar than restaurant, with higher prices than we were ready to pay, so we went to Cracker Barrel for supper (yumm!).
So now we are relaxing in our room at the hotel. Tomorrow, we go to the Vicksburg National Military Park (Civil War), and spend the night in Jackson, Mississippi.
Arrived at Diamond Jacks Boosier City and Casino campsite late yesterday afternoon in stayed overnight. First time I've slept in area off parking lot for RV's. And it was full too. Tom went off to casino for couple hours to gamble, smoke his cigar, drink a coke and people watch. Oh ...
... br> hope we get invited back again, but this time we will stay a little longer, and
explore the area a little more, and enjoy the park a little more, as we really
I have touched on our drive home, but the rest
of the trip was exactly that. We drove along at 60 mph., we stopped at Murphy’s
for gas, and we stopped at Wal-Mart for overnights. We had an uneventful trip,
and even went out for homburgs at Hardees, and breakfast at ...
... colleges and such. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and he told us a little about everything. The most interesting was that if you were called a Creole, it had nothing to do with a single race (some were a mixture of French, Spanish, African and Native American), but all to do with the year you were born. If you were born between certain years you were considered a Creole - generally after the late 1700's and before the Civil War. The houses that are ...
... The result is obvious- five of the best-behaved, polite, thoughtful, smart boys you could ever meet. All are musical playing guitar, cello, violin, piano and percussion.
I arrived around lunchtime, and Tom took me to a most unique restaurant just down the street from the church. It is called God Cafe and has a wonderful menu- with no prices. There is no charge for your meal and you simply leave ...
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