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... order of crawfish and while it looked like a lot and he enjoyed them, he was still hungry (go figure) when he was done. I had a Blackened/Cajun Catfish Po Boys. It was delicious! We had a great waitress and she turned out being originally from Chester, VT. She visited NO and never went back....loves it here.
We were so happy we were able to visit/experience NOLA. This was something we've wanted to do for a long ...
We've walked on the beach several mornings while here and, again, enjoyed getting our 10,000 steps in. These beaches are different from others we've seen -- darker sand and no shells. The locals told us all the beaches in this area are man-made -- in the 1960s a big dredging operation brought all of the sand in from out in the Gulf and covered up the marshy areas to make beaches. What a mammoth undertaking -- our tax dollars at ...
... is thriving and the rebuilding is
beautiful, both at the State Park but also the coastal communities. Still though, there are many reminders of the
storm’s destruction and lots of stories from the locals of their trials and
We’ve enjoyed our
visit and now it’s on to New Orleans.
... at 0555. Steady 15 knot headwinds. Borne is shallow w/ 3-4 foot rollers close together. Choppy & cool...(Greg)
This looks bone-chilling to me! There were record cold temps with the front that came through....who woulda thunk it for late April?!
There are strong winds straight into their faces and I think this is the meaning ...
... to complete the restoration. The campsites are very nice, although a bit close together. Unusual for a state park, the have sewage hook-ups. All of this, plus outstanding scenery, for only $24 a night.
Lynnie and I walked through the park, admiring the new bath/shower buildings and the very expanse of it. Unfortunately, there are no trails now. The only one that existed went away with Katrina. It has been “cleared” ...