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... grown out of the water, this is the swamp area where the tour starts. We head into the thick of this area where there is canals with water and water plants, like reeds and on either side is thin stretches on land with trees. We drive into one of these canals and the captain stops the boat and begins his tour about how and why the canals were built, the flora and fauna and the animals that live there. He said he couldn't promise seeing gators but he ...
... was coming and she could have whatever she wanted. Nice! Afterward, we met Randy and the gang at the Gumbo Festival at Louis Armstrong park and enjoyed some more beer and jazz. Our favorite local beers, by the way, are NOLA Brown and Abita Turbo Dog. The bands were good and particularly interesting was a hip-hop jazz brass band by the name of the Hot 8 Brass Band. ...
Traveled from The Woodlands, TX to New Orleans, LA today. We hit some rain and it looks like more rain is on the way for tonight and tomorrow. If that's the case, we will move on to the Panhandle of FL for a few days to our favorite beach in Destin (weather permitting).
... saw Tripod, named because he was missing half his right front leg and we also saw The Baconator, named because they saw him eat a small hog one day. On the way back to base we did see a hog and he was also feed marshmallows! When we got to shore there was a little baby gator under our step, he moved but only to the platform next to the step. Very cool. Also Mike had to guide the boat into dock so he needed someone to steer the boat, step up Renee!
Half an hour and back into ...
... usually rising to about 38 degrees and black clouds and thunder storms for about an hour each day.
Just back from Bourbon street is a street where the artisans hang out with their fantastic shops selling hand made jewellery, paintings, costumes, metal wear and loads more. We wandered this street many occasions, sometimes, peering in windows to visit later, or going in and admiring the works of art and having a chat with the artists. Luckily for Jon, those ...