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... leaving Texas the guy who worked there suggested just staying on the access or feeder road that parallels the highway. This worked out well but before getting into it further I must comment on the highway system down here. I can't get over the highway system around Houston. They have these feeder roads which parallel most every highway so you can access all the businesses that you can see from the highway. So you can literally go in the same ...
Sunday 28th Arranged a city tour following a hard sell by a semi retired silver tongued and silver haired musician. We amused ourselves in the French Market until the time of the tour and It turned out to be a great afternoon including a walk around a graveyard where the bodies are buried above ground to save coffins floating down Bourbon Street when the monsoons hit. Next stop was coffee and beignet in the ...
... in one locale: Creoles (from Spain), Cajuns (exiled Acadians from Nova Scotia), the French and Caribbean. All this involves music, language, culture and food. Quite a "stew pot" with wonderful ingredients! We won't go into great descriptive detail but, rather, will enclose several representative photos of our experience in the area. Hopefully, the photos will capture more than our ...
... town. Enroute, we had to drive through a long area of trapped water from the same storm that flooded New Orleans. The workers had a pump running, but it was a slow process. The roadway was restricted to only one lane. At least we got Shorty’s wheels washed… if the water hadn’t been so dirty!
The park, Buccaneer State Park was virtually wiped out by Katrina. It has a wonderful water park, but as of now, no water. ...
... dixie band style) busking in Jackson Square and outside Cafe du Monde and drove around the Garden district of New Orleans. When we got back to Slidell Jenny's parents, Nancy and Paul (my cousins from Florida) had arrived so we all went for dinner together.
The following day we had Jenny's kids play hookey from school to go and we all went along the old river road by the Missisippi to visit an old sugar plantation which at one time was run by ...
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