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... to eat more! Pretty dang good, y'all.
PS - Some of the people I meet serving me in shops find it rather interesting where I am from. Almost like they are blessed I am visiting their neck of the woods or something. It's rather cute.
Today we drove to New Orleans and then jumped on a street car to ...
... the things you want to do and don't have to look back in regret later on thinking about what you missed out on.
There is much more before and after these events, but the time is running out on our library computer and we are pooped as pancakes. So, thank you a million times over to everyone who has helped us along the way in journey. May the love and light of the unicorns continue to bless your day!
Lolligagging in Louisiana,
Powerstroke and Turbo Diesel
... the Natchez National Historical Park mansion of Melrose. A wealthy cotton planter, born in Pennsylvania, John McMurran began construction on this show home in 1841. It was considered one of the finest homes in Natchez- a town full of the town homes of millionaire planters. You can see more about Melrose here: http://www.nps.gov/natc/planyourvisit/u pload/Melrose-brochure-for-WEB-do-NOT-p ...
... House, built about 1837.
We then drove on toward St. Francisville, Louisiana, to see Rosedown Plantation, now maintained by the state of Louisiana as a historic site. Daniel and Martha Turnbull began constructing Rosedown in 1834. Their cotton plantation covered 3,455 acres, and over 400 slaves worked on their lands. The gardens visited during the Turnbull's honeymoon in Europe inspired ...
Ok I admit to being a "boat person", so I was fascinated by the boats on the canals and Lagoon of Venice. Whereas this posting will likely to be of interest only to those individuals of a similar persuasion, it's apparent that Venice only works because of its boats which move both the people and the freight into, out, and within the city.
Here's a summary of the types of boats that can be seen in the canals and Lagoon of the city.
Vaparetto (water ...