Hampton Inn & Suites Baton Rouge - I-10 East
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... deluge. After 20 min. it let up enough to continue. I stayed on my plan to ride up the Mississippi River. The weather front seemed to be moving west to east but slowly. Taking the slower road worked and the ride from NOLA to Baton Rouge was actually pleasant. I got some great pictures of 2 plantation houses, and farms. This area must produce half of the gasoline in America. The oil refineries on this road ...
... and raised in Cajun Country.
We arrived in Opelousas for a 1:15 tour of the Louisiana Orphan Train Museum. I'm sure most of you have heard about the Orphan trains that carried young children from New York to each state in the early 1900's. It all started with a young lady that had Asiati cholera and while she laid in a coma she had a vision of little children. She promised God that if He spared her life she would devote the rest of her life to His ...
... to the engine viewing room. The engine sure is impressive! It really does work on steam and is fuelled by oil. Those two main pistons are HUGE! At 4.30 there was a Dixie land Jazz performance by the boat's band. It was really excellent and very much enjoyed by all. The trumpet player was particularly good. Very nice dinner as usual, the waiters are very friendly. There is a theory that this is to encourage big ...
... Leslie Tassin. Yes the same person we go on long trips with. Let me explain. This day trip is different from the week long trips I have taken on the bus. I have joined a group called, OLLI at L S U. It is Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at L S U. I will be taking new studies that I have been interested in for many years but never got around to it but now I have the time and I am going to take advantage of it. The day trips are part of ...
... was OK. Boarded 9.15 away at 9.30. We sat in the second seat (the front had driver's stuff on it and anyway was reserved for elderly or disabled.) The windscreen was reflected in our windows so I couldn't see anything forward through the side windows. This restricted photos and was very frustrating.
Most of the day we drove down Highway 61 through Mississippi. We saw lots of corn and soy beans and some ...