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February 28, 2010

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Jenn Jilks

Great shots. I like travelling this way. Thanks for visiting My Muskoka , I'll keep people posted about the tankless hot water system!

donna

I read this post twice because it was so enjoyable. I don't think there's a region in the world that could inspire me to learn to dance....I'm unteachable in that department.

So, what's the difference between crawfish and crayfish? And now you've thrown mudbug into the mix:) A couple times a year I take Phillip down to Duck Creek where the kids can walk in the water and catch crawfish. He releases them before we leave so they can go back to their families.

You tell a good story.

donna

Peter Rainville

Gladu made it.
Do they taste like chicken or lobster?

Small Reflections

What a fun post ... filled with photos and information totally foreign to me. Fun to read about this adventure from your travels. Thanks for sharing and for your visit to Happily Retired Gal. As for the candle on the Hula Pie, my sister told the waitress that Tuesday was my birthday ... so they added the candle as a belated celebration and I made yet another wish ;-)
Hugs and blessings,

Carletta

So many wonderful opportunities to see and experience driving cross country. I really want to do it someday. :)

Chatty Crone

Okay, love you, love your pictures, love the information, and love to learn new things - and I did all the above in this blog - but I don't love crawfish!!!!!!!!!

Was very nice to find all this out though!

Martha

It almost sounds like it would be worth the drive. On second thought, we've driven from California to Miami and I don't care to do it again. Or course, now we wouldn't be limited to a two week vacation.
You're park in Ft. Meyers is lovely, I can see why you would want to spend your winters there.

noel

aloha,

this are very scenic photos of your world, you captured some beautiful shots and experiences of your area...thanks for sharing

noel

Sylvia Kirkwood

Great post and Louisiana is a wonderful place, not to mention the food!! I lived in New Orleans years ago and got to explore the area. Glad you had such a super trip! And thanks for sharing it! Have a great week!

Sylvia

Stella

We always loved Louisana and the food. We make Jambalaya here at home often. Our Teton RV Club held our rally there once and we had a wonderful time. Thanks for sharing with us.

Sistertex at Spacial Peepol

I have never been to Louisana, want to go badly...love the food though have not eaten it directly since I have not been, just from various eating places touting the cusine.

Sounds like great fun...thank you for sharing it! We haven't had a road trip for quite sometime and I am really looking forward to having one again.

Quasi Serendipita

The food sounds fabulous! I've never had Jambalaya - one day...!

Margot  at Joyfully Retired

What a wonderful adventure to force yourselves to stay off the major highways. We find there are so many interesting things to discover that way. Glad your trip went well and that you are happy in your new home.

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