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We left this morning after bringing Sarah to camp. We got beyond Atlanta down to the Golf Coast and stopped at a place we know from a previous trip in Baton Rouge. We will be in Houston by noon tomorrow.
PHOTOGRAPHY IS A LOT LIKE FISHING . . . .
. . . THE BEST SHOTS ALWAYS SEEM TO GET AWAY.
CROSSING THE MISSISSIPPI . . . AGAIN !
Some photo ops are just impossible to catch. For me, the biggest missed "fish" of the trip was crossing the Mississippi mid-morning near Baton Rouge LA. The thick greyish-white fog eirily covered the river's waters with smoke stacks of sea-going ...
... to spend all his years living on a college campus. We wandered around the campus and managed to pass as mature students without getting kicked out.
Back at our hotel we checked out the hotel managers social hour, which was not very social but did allow me to pour myself a couple of Bud lights. I felt like a real life bar tender. Yes!
Finished the night at "Mansurs" a spendy restaurant right next to our hotel. We were brave and ordered ...
Booked two nights at La Quinta in Baton Rouge so we would have time for Angola and St. Francisville. They let us check in VERY early so we could watch the Saints game in the room. Ate our muffalettas while watching the Saints beat Tampa Bay. We just stayed in the room for the evening. I had another quarter of the muffaletta for supper with Zapp's Creole Onion flavored chips.
Left pretty early Monday morning for Angola. Hour and a ...
Threw the duffle bag in the truck and headed for my dear friends Warren & Carol's up in Pine Grove Louisiana. Dear Lord, Thank you for making Louisiana & filing it with coon - assessment & giving them the technology to make cracklins! Made it in about 8:30, just in time for Friday ...