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... for some fish...I caught the biggest one, but Lamar caught the most.
Anywho, after getting my bearings straight I listen to Ms Magellan and she said to get off the freeway on the right. As soon as I did, remember, I ALWAYS do what the ladies tell me to, she said turn left. I was in the right lane with a semi on my left. Whats a boy to do ??? Keep on trucking, that's what. Twas a good thing I spent 2 weeks in "Munt gum ree" last year cuz I ...
... and weighing in at about 600kgs). It was also full of alligators which is a bit scary seeing you are swimming in the spring but the lifeguard assured me the only alligator attack there had been in the 80's when a gentleman had decided to leave the safety of the demarcated swimming area and take a swim down the river...
Unfortunately we didn't get to do the boat cruise as we were a bit pressed for time, but we did get to try out ...
... cranes and elevators of all kinds. This river is always the home of flourishing industry of all sorts.
Baton Rouge is a nice little city and the capitol complex is impressive, with well-groomed dark green lawns, circular walkways and a serene lake. And it is right in the middle of the city.
On down the road we decided to take a detour south to the shoreline. We arrived at the beach in Bay St. Louis where a sign that we studied told us ...
... Atlanta at 1500h in the afternoon was a rush, 6 lanes each way, hammer down. I, however, was cruisin' serenely in my noise cancelled, lightly traffic'ed car pool lane known as the HOV, high occupancy vehicle. You only need 2 people (including driver) to be allowed in this lane (Motorcycles are OK too) and there was seriously a 500 to 1 ratio of cars using the main lanes vs the car pool lane.
This weekend we were traveling, by car, to visit with my folks in GA and stopped at Providence Canyon State Park in Blakely, GA. This is also known as "Georgia's Little Grand Canyon" and let me tell you, it was beautiful. Apparently, back in the 1800's when the farmers [early settlers] cleared all the trees to plant their crops, along with what was called "their poor farming practices," the soft ...