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... That makes 2 full timers.
On my left is forest/swamp, and on the right hidden in with
the junk is a 20’x20’ screened in cage which houses Jeremy’s pheasant, who is
ailing the poor guy. Jeremy does have a heat lamp inside the structure, and it
is funny to look in in the morning and see the pheasant at the top perch of the
structure, huddled up to the red heat lamp. I also do think that the odd duck
is enjoyed for dinner every now and ...
... it looked small but is pretty large inside and like Vegas drinking is free when you are gambling. Unfortunately we didn't have the luck we had in Vegas so we didn't stay too long!! Like San Francisco, New Orleans, have cable cars. We took the car up to City Park. The park was big and had a Sculpture museum going on all around. The sculptures and art work were really interesting and it was fun venturing through looking at them all. We ...
... tour, the guide was kind enough to inform us that creole food is NOT spicy. Well now...who would have thought. Just blew my preconceived notion of coming down to Orleans for some spicy gumbo right out of the water. With this new found knowledge in hand, we decided we needed to try some "authentic" creole food. The Chartres House, in the heart of the quarter, was just the place. So is creole spicy?? Nope! But it is FANTASTIC!! The jambalaya and gumbo ...
... grub, and I enjoyed my very first taste of alligator in the form of a sausage on a stick. It was tasty.
Being a city with such a rich musical culture we could hardly visit without spending at least one night in a local jazz bar listening to some older gentleman playing their hearts out whilst we swigged away on overpriced drinks. It was really cool though and the band were genuinely good and not a coloured robe in sight.
Before leaving we ...
... sky turned blue.
Today we drove to New Orleans , a distance of 387 miles. We left Tallahassee at 9 and got back on to the I 10 pushing the motor home up to an impressive 68 mph and engaged cruise control.
The US roads so far have been all lined with majestic trees. Those are now changing. Where deciduous trees once predominated now ...