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... hovered around us, divulging tidbits about the pieces. He asked Anne if she was French, then Jenn if she was Slavic! Jenn bought a framed photograph of NOLA in the aftermath of Katrina. We were adjacent to the Mississippi River there, so walked to a lookout over the river; saw a huge paddle-steamer, the Creole Queen, cruising down the river. Also there was a gold statue of Joan of Arc, given to NOLA by the French. We then stopped at the ...
... GARMIN. Life had order again. We had a destination and a purpose. I couldn't get a park close so I let Jock take the washing in while I found one. I turned the GARMIN off and threw it on the floor. Stupid thing! I made my way back to the laundromat two blocks in two directions and found Jock smoking outside the Laundromat. We took turns at minding the washing through its cycles. I walked a few blocks and found a woman playing classical music in the street on an electric ...
... man, you look like you carrying a baby!". He then proceeded to tell Vaughan it would be better to get me knocked up and get us a real one and that we should practice, practice, practice.
Vaughan didn't really want to receive any more marital advice at this point so turned us down one of the many narrow roads in the French quarter, for a more scenic route to the laundrette.
On our way back we discovered one of the best, most authentic ...
... you informed of events and the reasons for delays but they sometimes become comical as the attendant hasn't quite thought things through before he starts speaking. It took us about 20hs to make our way passed Memphis, Champagne, Homewood, Yazoo, Kankakee, Effingham and all. Amtrak, on this line, runs on short rails fixed to wooden sleepers and this, combined with a lack of maintenance means that frequent jolts and lurches punctuate your slumber. The dining, on the other hand, is remarkably good. ...
... took her 10 days post Katrina to here from her kids and know that they were alive. That blew us away. She also said that it took her over a year before she could get back to her house, and that only 1 in 4 of the properties in her neighbourhood has been claimed and is being inhabited. Amazing experience to listen to.
We travelled down to Frenchman street for dinner and stopped in at a bar called 'Coops' ...