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September 24th – day 143
Today we drove from Leesburg Florida to
Greensboro Florida, about an hour and a half from the Alabama
border. We stopped for supplies at Walmart and our twenty minute stop
turned into an hour when our prepaid card got messed up and it
wouldn't pay for the items. The customer services people said the
message was “customer cancelled card” so of course we are
... Another neat thing a truck hauling watermelons! We went to sample some Louisiana cuisine at Copeland's. First time I had crayfish and loved it! Clarence had deep fried egg plant! I guess anything is good deep fried because it proved to be delicious. I really don't care for eggplants so it was a pleasant surprise. Another great meal and evening. Boy what a ...
... on our own. The accompaniments of crusty bread, crackers, glazed walnuts, fig jam and fresh strawberries - Marvelous!
With the rain and sun dancing hither and thither, we continue our driving tour to the New Orleans City Park and then to a nearby Cemetery – Greenwood. Only in New Orleans, which is unique in so many ways, could cemeteries be major tourist attraction. Because the city is built on a swamp, the deceased have to be buried ...
We moved forward to Pass Christian,Mississippi—TLC Wolf River RV Resort. It was a very short travel day, and I was glad of that.
When we checked into the resort, we were told this campground had been completely destroyed by Hurricane Katrina and rebuilt. The Resort kept one of the cabins that was not destroyed by the hurricane.
We left La and moved on into Mississippi on June 9. At the two mile marker I headed south and we got a site at Silver Slipper RV Park, owned by the SS Casino. The Gulf is across the street and a shuttle will pick us up for the casino.
On 6/10 we drove into Biloxi and toured the Jefferson Davis home - Beauvoir. Good thing, we ...