Crossland Economy Studios - Shreveport - Bossier City
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We left Crater of Diamonds SP and headed south back to the Gulf coast and New Orleans. After looking at the map, we decided we should have gone to New Orleans first, then north to AR. A lttle too late then.
The rv park we stayed in was a convenient, neat park with the best stocked rv supply store we had ever been in durng all our travels.
we spent the whole day driving through Louisiana, even taking a "back road" Hwy. 90 through Acadian towns such as Point Coupee and Opelousas. Then we passed through Alexandria and now we are on the west side of Shreveport at a nice, though not scenic RV park. While walking the corgis a woman came running out of ...
Driving between Kinder and Shreveport we saw a lot of wholesale nurseries and the plants looked like they are ready for market. The growing season seems the most advanced here in Louisiana. We are also seeing a lot of pine trees for the first time and logging trucks. So, lumber must be a viable industry here. It is a beautiful area.
About halfway to Shreveport we saw a sign for "Historic Natchitoches." The town is where ...
... I'm the one that has to talk to family members that no one else wants to talk to in order to keep them associated with the family. I am also the one looked at as crazy when I try to point out issues in our family that no one wants to discuss. I am my mom's right hand and sometimes her left. It can drive me close to insanity, but at times I think that maybe this is just my role in the family.
So as the mediator of ...
... on the bottom center. When this just hit the floor, the net is at 34 inches.
Drove a bit more after playing in Denton and stayed in Wichita Falls TX.
Arose early Wednesday morning and made the drive home to snowy Colorado.
Great trip overall. Played a lot. Balanced that with seeing quite a bit of family. I hope you enjoyed going along for the (3969 mile) ride!