Trip Start Dec 24, 2010
159Trip End Jun 01, 2011
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We left for town then
More shopping followed. I went to Autozone to buy some replacement bulbs for the interior and found them. The manager was checking me out and couldn't get my credit card to finish processing. He told me that the bulbs were his gift to me and wished us a safe trip. Nice touch!
I had a nice visit with our Cajun next door neighbor. He has a pronounced Cajun accent. I spoke a bit of French with him and could understand more, which is not unusual. He and his wife are from about thirty miles away and camp here often. She tipped us off to a spot nearby, a church, that she suggest we visit. It's near Lafayette and on our way to our next spot. Then, I spoke with a couple from Quebec. He speaks no English and she a little. My French isn't adequate to make a decent, "sober" conversation, but we enjoyed our visit none the less.
We're home now and Lynnie is making potato salad to go along with our barbecued tube steaks. That along with bread and a green salad will round out another great meal on the road. Although my sense of taste isn't great, I do appreciate food that's well prepared. Then, there's always condiments to include hot sauce and cayenne pepper to stimulate one's taste buds. I'm thinking that I've added a few pounds since we've been on the road, but with the high humidity down here, it could be my clothes are shrinkin' a bit. What do YOU think? Prize for the most clever answer, Bonnie. Relatives are not excluded. Thanks for checking in. We had over eleven hundred hits in February, thanks to y'all.