Days Inn & Suites Kinder
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... on USGT-7 and again wound through the desolate country side of East Texas. I expected maybe a slight increase in traffic due to the weekend, but it was not the case, if anything there might have been less. At Crockett, TX I turned on to USGT287 and then 363, crossing in Louisiana mid afternoon. The riding was great, smooth empty roads, 30 minute interval stops to drink hot water!
About the last 50 miles of east Texas is the oddly named Big Thicket National ...
... In the meantime enjoy these gems of non-essential information. The town of Iowa, Louisiana, became the home of mid-westerners from Kansas, Illinois and Iowa (the state) as well as French Canadians (Cajuns) who came to the area to settle. Supposedly, some of the pirates who sailed with Jean Lafitte also settled here, not sure if they jumped ship. The railroad brought settlers to ...
... ever seen. This is like a metaphor for Texas. Even when they do something wrong, they do it with pride of craftsmanship. We stopped at Bass Pro to watch Johnny run in fear from the fish. Emilia thought they were great and kept trying to grab them. I guess he doesn't understand the whole "invisible force field will keep the fish from swimming out into the isle and eating me" thing. Some people's kids. We finally made it to Louisiana. Tomorrow; gators. Jenn, Barret and "The ...
... the kitchen to eat. (This is the first visitor's center I've ever seen with a kitchen; this festival is obviously a regular event.)
It's a little sad to see the remnant of the long tradition; clearly Eunice is one of those towns which is dying off as the young people all leave, so that the only people left to carry on the cultural practices are the aging ones.
A highlight of the day was dinner in the ...
... tribes. The brochure says "Today, Red Shoes' people have an awakening pride in the themselves, their heritage and their history....." which means that soon this park will cost $180 per night.
We're going to see Jay and Rachel Fries this weekend, but we still have a hike to go. I've asked Jay to slip Rachel a little Valium because of our reputation for wildness at their house some time ...