Travel Blogs from Uncertain
... and to talk to other people who know and love the OV-10 Bronco. I think the people at the museum we glad to meet another Bronco person, too.
After the museum, we headed east toward Shreveport, stopping for lunch and gas at... Costco!! Surprise! We stopped at an outlet mall on the way through Dallas and got in some more walking.
When we got to Shreveport, we checked into our hotel and asked for a recommendation for a local restaurant ...
Arrived at Diamond Jacks Boosier City and Casino campsite late yesterday afternoon in stayed overnight. First time I've slept in area off parking lot for RV's. And it was full too. Tom went off to casino for couple hours to gamble, smoke his cigar, drink a coke and people watch. Oh ...
... that cover the top of
my desk, the board art poster of Don Swanson’s dragster in an antique color,
black and white, pictured in the 60s in Sparta On. at the Drag Way where the
car White Lightning complete with a Chrysler hemi squares off against another
slingshot racer and beats all other double A fuellers and holds the ¼ mile
speed record for all of North America for an 8 month period. Beside that in the
same format is the lineman working out ...
Day 352 - 4/17 - Today we leave Dallas and actually drive through Shreveport ( a bustling seaport) and head South to a tiny town called Ajax! Trust me, definitely not on any map, BUT we find a nice little campground on grass (yea, no dust!) and a small lake. It's just a quick stop as we are on our way the next day to New Orleans, baby!!
Day 353 - 354 -355 New Orleans We are staying at the Lake Ponchetrain RV Park not far from the city and they have a ...
... dogs and S'mores.
The following morning I joined them for coffee... awesome... Kathleen's roasted beans which Tom had brewed in a French Press. She roasted a jar full for me and gave me a French Press to take home. Mine doesn't taste quite as good as theirs, but I am working on adjusting the formula. It is always a treat to spend time with them and I must remind the people at St. James how fortunate they are! ...