Hilton Garden Inn Shreveport
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Arrived home mid-afternoon. Glad on the one hand, but sad to leave the open road. There is still so much to see and experience. The journey is not completely over... I bought a car in Miles City, Montana, and will fly up there next Wednesday and drive it home. I consider that part of this trip and open to some adventures of its own. We'll see.
Until then... unpack, wash, get settled ...
... and to talk to other people who know and love the OV-10 Bronco. I think the people at the museum we glad to meet another Bronco person, too.
After the museum, we headed east toward Shreveport, stopping for lunch and gas at... Costco!! Surprise! We stopped at an outlet mall on the way through Dallas and got in some more walking.
When we got to Shreveport, we checked into our hotel and asked for a recommendation for a local restaurant ...
... 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 ...