Ramada Inn Lafayette
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... Baton Rouge had been canceled so that the crew/airport could celebrate the 4th of July – then why have that flight listed????). This time at least the people were nicer and more communicative. We didn’t have to stand at the counter for 4 hours, just one and then they took us back to the airline office (yes, we have now gone behind the scenes of the airport – not exciting). After much back and forth with all three ...
... Texas for some lunch at a rest area...finally something other than Turkey in a wrap...tuna sandwiches, heaven! Then back on the road we got to see some the sticks! Something had happened on the main route in adding 2 hours to our journey so we decided on a detour taking us through some interesting places! At camp I barely had enough time to get the tent up before I had to start cooking. Tonight my group were preparing a Korean curry and it ...
... she pouts. Of course now Darren has ice cream in his head because she planted the seed. (which she was proud of) We drove another 35 - 40 miles and I decide to try Snowshoe remembering there is a small town right near the exit.
Well we lucked out they had added an ice cream store right off the highway since I was last there. There is not a snowball's chance in hell they had Whitehouse ice cream. People were walking out with twist cones. ...
... While registering at the office we noticed a fantastic doggie walk area with green grass and a metal fence entirely around the perimeter--a great place to let kitty out to stretch her legs and spend some quiet moments just eating grass.
The highway noise from the large truck traffic was loud, we were too close to the highway. Kitty got quickly spooked for being in the fenced area, scooted under the cyclone fence ...
... crackins. Boudin is a pork sausage with rice made in the southern Louisiana area. They take the sausage stuffing, roll it in a ball, coat it with a seasoned flour and then deep fry it. I have to admit it was pretty tasty. Cracklns are like thick pieces of bacon coated and deep fried. Lot's of frying going on here. One of the locals told us to not have our cholesterol checked after we leave here. That first evening, Brian and I decided to check out ...