Join us as we travel North America in our Holiday Rambler Vacationer,
since August 2006
Louisiana does not have counties here they call them parishes, and is mostly a swamp, with alligators, hurricanes, tornadoes, strange looking ducks, warm humid weather, southern mansions, cajun food, Po' Boys, Muffulettas, cajun music, all kinds of fresh seafood including crawfish, small towns, friendly, helpful people and just love their southern accents.
Well today are up early as usual a nice view over the pond, and the usual coffees, computing and a walkabout. Saw this Canada Goose standing here on one leg, just watching me, I was not sure if he was hiding the other leg or not.
|one legged goose|
I checked out some of the sites that were decorated for halloween. We had Halloween last saturday at Lazy Lakes Resort in New York, now again here at Abita Springs, we saved some candy for the kids.
After this I took a drive to Winn Dixie for some groceries and while I was gone got a call from Suzie, saying the resort has a sewer sight for us to move to. So back home from the store we packed up a bit and changed sites, a smaller one, the view not quite the same but still nice none-the-less same price, free. We are here for 12 days.
|our new site|
|turn them chickens around|
The phrase "Who Dat" originated in New Orleans over a century ago you can read about it here.
Now before we know it I can fire up our Weber for a delicious supper (love cooking, eating too). Tonight is grilled porkchops, sweet potatoes with apples and cinnamon in foil and broccoli with cheese.
Notice the controls for this New Map on the left side, you can zoom into different areas of the map and see where we are or have been. We are currently at "B"