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... very friendly man who has himself been working on the boat for four years. Once it's done, they intend to put it in the water and sail it up and down the east coast--at least a couple of times. There was no one in the shop on Sunday, so we got a good look at everything, including the deck, onto which we were allowed to climb. Someone asked when ...
... and bread pudding. I had ribs, mac and cheese and collard greens, yummy but the ribs were very spicy.
Just outside the eatery a brass band was playing... look like a high school band, very entertaining. We then headed towards a bar called Bamboulas to listen to some good blues. The singer was very talented on vocals and guitar even though he was at least 80 years old. Those old musicians are like a Timex "take a licking and keep on ticket".
... or Mac Rebennack as he is known to friends and family, is universally celebrated as the living embodiment of the rich musical heritage exclusive to New Orleans. His very colorful musical career began in the 1950s when he wrote and played guitar on some of the greatest records to come out of the Crescent City. including recordings by Professor Longhair, Art Neville, Joe Tex, and Frankie Ford.
... to standard lengths, and hot-glued them onto my shoulders and waist so that they swayed as I moved. Then, brilliant Vancouverite that I am, I put on every layer I had brought with me, capped by my rainproof jackets, and then put the XXL shirt & beads combo on top of everything. Then Jakob and I headed out into the rain - he to bemoan the fact that the wet streets of New Orleans were so uninviting and deserted, me ...
... and alien country.We went to Roswell (home tot he famous UFO crash of 1947) and missed the museum by 5 minutes. A bit of a bummer as there was not much else to see in the town, but had we not decided to go there we probably would have been on highway the whole way instead of seeing the countryside that we saw, so ever grateful that we did. We drove a windy road through hills and valleys with scrubby vegitation and wildflowers. This gave way to ...
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