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Travel Blogs from Waveland
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).
... where slaves had been traded until fairly recently, and set off again. It would be nice to have the time to fully explore every place we visit, and one day we might, but we are on a mission, so we obey the call of the open road.
The plan is to get to New Orleans, via the scenic coastal road. To be honest, the road wasn't as scenic as one might expect, with a lot of industry in ...
... 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.
... that is the mystery of life and faith that God gives us in our short time here. His people of faith live it and experience it in different ways, in different styles, and with different companions. This is the way we choose to do it - it may not be "right," it may not be the way others do it, but it's ours - and right for us. To God be the Glory and Praise, and thanks (for this incredible journey) forever.
David W. Allen
June 4, ...
... 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” ...