La Quinta Inn Lake Charles
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May 12,2015 "M" Day May Music. We start each day with Christian Music Mountain Time Zone Monotonous Scenery Miles and more Miles... Mix of weather with clouds, rain, lightening, drizzle mixed with heavy rain. Mexican food Mechanical issues with Wilbur Today I thought the photographs could tell about our day better than ...
... has killed the snail mail business. I will tell you driving on I-10 through Louisiana is not my favorite ride. Perhaps it because the road runs over a swamp that causes the pavement to be so uneven. At times I felt like I was on a boat at sea with all of the rocking... Lake Charles was the final destination today. Call it luck...for lunch we found Steamboat Bills which was voted #1 out of the top 20 restaurants in Southwest Louisiana. The ...
We finally crossed into Louisiana and stopped at the Visitors Center, just over the Sabine River in Vinton. Mike and I hadn't been back to Louisiana since he retired from the Navy in New Orleans in 1994! That's a long time back.
After we reminisced about our years in NOLA, we stopped at a cozy (read, 5 feet between sites) little RV park just off Interstate ...
According to the map and our schedule, we're supposed to be in San Felipe, TX, just west of Houston. However, we hit a little road bump -- figuratively, not literally. Dan is in the hospital here in Lake Charles, LA so we're still here. He had several medical issues that needed immediate attention, hence the hospital stay. We were very fortunate in that there is a good hospital here and we were able to stay in the state park several more ...
Yesterday we traveled from Mississippi and across Louisiana almost to Texas -- it was a fairly long drive, but Sassy and Odie were good travelers. In fact, they spent (as always) the whole time driving in their carriers -- we open them up, but they just stay inside and look out at us. Oh well . . . . . ...