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... I do know that when things like this happen to me, it brings in so much more compassion. I will treat people the way i want to be treated. I know have someone to travel with and people to meet up with there. Excitement isn’t the word to describe my feeling,
Some People's names are changed for their own personal privacy... But the story is true! I hope my readers understand how absolutely honest I am being. Understand how hard it is for me to be so truthful.
... that is that they generally have to be good or restaurants wouldn't serve them. A total cliche, but they were a more tasty version of chicken. I had a lovely crab and shrimp pie which was sort of the consistency of Rhode Island's stuffed quahogs (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quahog) with a crust and a heaping of cheese on top (the French influence, I'm guessing).
We were also lucky enough to score one of the last ...
... the smaller roads through some really beautiful countryside.. Green as green with cute little houses on them..sometimes large mansions...just glorious...Its definately better than the highways.
We got to Natchez around 1400hrs and finally found a place for lunch...What a crack up..we went in just looking for a sandwich and fair dinkum it was like stepping back in time...There was 2 tables and a counter with stools..One table had about 3 ...
Ode to Biscuits
Biscuits are beautiful.
Basic with butter.
Even better with blueberry jam.
Breakfast at Bojangles bakes biscuits with Cajun fried chicken. Loveless Café serves them with preserves at dinner.
Fresh baked at Regina Charboneau's are the best, but not enough hills in Mississippi to burn off all those ...
... by a young Jerry Lee Lewis, who grew up across the bridge in Ferriday, LA.
From Natchez I crossed the bridge back to Louisiana and continued up the river to Poverty Point State Historic Site. The original residents of this area, known now only as the Poverty Point People, built a huge array of earthen mounds and concentric ridges. They lived here between 1650 and 700 ...