Oakwood At Cotton Mill
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... together with the narrow streets & flagstone sidewalks you really could be in a different country.
We visited the French Market, the oldest public market in the States. I bought French Cheese & some NOLA famous Pralines which tastes like fudge! In talking to one of the vendors I learnt there was going to be a Parade that night, the first of the Mardi Gras Season, what ...
... around the corner and then I thought, the theory about running in these boots was about to be tested. I ran much faster than one would chasing a coke dealer. I didn't look back and I didn't think they chased me. All I could hear was my boots going flat out beneath me, my knees rising high, and my heart pounding in my chest. I ran till I thought I would pass out. It must have been half the distance I needed to run because adrenaline kicked in for the other half. It was ...
... INCREDIBLE. The jazzed up the whole room and the music pulsed through your body so naturally it was near impossible not to get up and dance. So we did, all night, but only after we had hit up the Mac N Cheese bar! Even Cinda and Allen made the trip for Meg's wedding, so we made sure to save some dances for them (Cinda recruited me to W&L, but retired before I arrived that fall). Post reception, we tried to rally at the Carousel Bar, but ...
... Some of these guys really seemed to like wearing these things. Mary and I felt as though we had been thrown into a spring break weekend as the only adult chaperones. I've got pictures, which I'll try to upload later.
I did find my Etoufee yesterday at Le Bayou. It was really good but rather skimpy on the Crawfish. More on that later.
Bye for now;
Mary and Angelo
... is slated to be finished, and the answer was that for about two years the answer has been "in about two years." The latest estimate moves that up a bit--roughly early summer 2015.
After that, we went through the museum exhibit, which is laid out chronologically from the build up to D-Day to the end of the war in Europe. Then ...