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... temps here at 6:00 a.m. in Celsius as us
Canadians should not know what a Fahrenheit temperature feels like, also I find
I cannot spell either one, thank god for spell check, it is -4 in Port Huron, 9
here in Gulf Shores, 13 in New Orleans, and 17 in Mercedes, looks like it has
finally warmed up in Mercedes, as it has been quite cold.
Ford and I start every morning, that is the second time I
get up, at around 8 a.m. with a walk about ...
... exhibits. We watched a 4D movie called Beyond All Boundaries narrated by Tom Hanks. It was an overview of the war created with the input of over 400 historians. The seats shook, lights flashed, smoke rolled, snow fell, all while watching a 3D movie. Very cool! We started a tradition of having cocktail hour every evening on our trip. Here in New Orleans we sat in the hotel courtyard with the girls each evening before dinner. This evening we were asked to leave as ...
... Those are divine. The day was finished up with a little retail therapy along the Market, where we found some fantastic black and white photographs of the area, my favorite being the weeping angel which is stunning.
I must say, when we got back to the camper we were all exhausted. No swimming tonight for us. We all just crashed....it was probably the first night we went to bed at a decent hour and slept like the dead. Must have been all those cemeteries :)
... my semester in Ohio. While I didn't live at home during college, I was still not far away. Now I'm leaving for 6 weeks of EUROPE! There are so many thoughts in my head...Did I pack enough? Am I forgetting something? What will the people be like (did I mention I will not know anyone when I arrive at my first destination?) How different will these students be from ...
... next to empty For Sale lots which simply had either broken up footings of former homes or absolutely nothing. Presumably those with insurance were able to rebuild, and those without were not so lucky. Nevertheless the coastline was very scenic, beautiful white sandy beaches - yet surprisingly quiet. Not too many folks out and about yet.
Both Mississippi and Louisiana have many beautiful bayous but it was not possible to stop at every corner ...