Koasati Pines Lodge
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
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... this is what a big thicket looks like.
The real upside of the change in scenery was that the additional foliage and water prolly knocked 10 degrees off things, down to about 90 degrees. Doesn't sound like much but it went from intolerable to bearable. 363 turned to USGT 190 which I would take all the way to North side of Lake Pontchartrain but that is another story for another day.
After driving about 500 km I stopped in Eunich, LA about ...
... land for rice farming, raising cattle and in the early 1900's, the discovery of oil. This helped the town of Iowa to thrive during the depression. Today, cattle ranching, farming and the oil industry all continue to be a vital part of the towń. No matter where we travel, there is always a story. That's mine, and I'm sticking to it.
Bye for now. Stay ...
First of all Buc-ee's is a Beaver. He is the mascot of a travel stop. There are cool billboard ads leading up to it that say things like, "It's un-beaverable," or "I spy beaver," and who can forget, "Ever have beaver nuggets?" Oh wait, "My overbite is sexy." It's in New Braunfels, look it up. They reputedly have the cleanest bathrooms around. I had to see for myself. I ventured into the large natural stone cavern and saw two attendants, one cleaning sinks, and the other ...
... of the Acadian culture--this group lived out on the prairie. One of the things I thought was interesting about visiting all three of the Acadian sites was that we really got a sense of how broadly the culture persisted, despite quite different environments. In each of the three areas, the types of housing differed slightly, as did the materials they used for clothing, the means of subsistence, and, especially, the food. ...
... was $18, on level concrete pads, on the edge of an expansive lake with shuttle service to the casino. This the Tufie's paradise, and hopefully they'll have slots in the after life (EASY, I'm just joking, Pastor Smith). Anyway, the leader of the Coushatta was known as Red Shoes "King of the Alabamas and Coosades" and led a vanguard of his people to Louisiana that expanded by ...