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... lived in (it is ten years since the disaster). It seems wherever you drive in New Orleans you see damaged homes boarded up or fenced off. The second area was the Upper Ninth Ward and is now called Musician's village. Two local musicians teamed up with Habitat for Humanity and redeveloped the homes for local musicians who had lost their homes. At the time it was commenced in 2007 it was the largest scale, biggest budget and highest profile redevelopment undertaken. Next day ...
... of the road, and USGT's are not immune to road construction, but these roads are amazing.
As much as I love my new map book I think I will look for an equivalent that just lists this level of road. I think it would be a cool challenge to try to cross the country completely on USGT's. I am looking for a challenge for upcoming trips, although I still have the Arctic Ocean to achieve. You may have seen on this blog site that I have a trip from ...
... at 3 different gas stations to fill up the truck.
I spent an amazing 2 weeks at the Corp of Engineers Campgrounds, and had a wonderful time visiting with family & friends.
- Visited my first Texas college today
- Baylor University is such a wonderful school
- The college was founded in 1841
- The campus is absolutely beautiful
- Their mascot is the bears and their school colors remind me of the University of Oregon's
- I can't wait to visit another Texas school! ...
We had a noon flight so plenty of time to get our things together before the cab took us to the airport. Our driver was originally from Tonga and he told us he loves Reno. On the way to the airport, Brynn asked if we can stay living in Reno "until we move" and mentioned she wanted to stay for the snow. We were able to get our seats moved so we were all together on the plane. The girls did really well, sharing snacks, doing ...