WHAT WE SAW: There was some homes on the isle showed minor damage to siding and ground-level structures, and a few piles of debris still at curbside from the recent hurricane. We saw the wreckage of three homes which were destroyed by Katrina, we are told. We stopped at the (S)AFEWAY market
Fontainebleau State Park WHERE WE STAYED: While visiting friends in Covington, we stayed at the Fontainebleau State Park is a beautiful campground on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain across from New Orleans. It was a nice place to stay. The North Campground is heavily forested with 32 pull-thru and 65 back-in
Fairview-Riverside State Park WHERE WE STAYED: While visiting friends in the area, we stayed at the FAIRVIEW-RIVERSIDE STATE PARK in Madisonville. The park is in 4 sections the largest is Swamp. The amallest is the Group Area which is on the high ground near the highway and the historic OTIS HOUSE. This
This grandfather is my father’s step father, his mother’s second husband. I never met him. The only grandfather I knew, and loved, was her third husband. The grave is farther from the highway in the easternmost part of the westernmost section of the Hasley Cemetery on Arkansas Road in West Monroe, Louisiana.
WHAT WE SAW: I have driven every mile of US Hwy 1. Half those miles are two-lane rural, a third are 4-lane suburban, and a sixth is urban up to 8-lanes wide. Of those urban miles three places are like a carnival ride: Jacksonville FL, Washington, DC and Boston, MA. In Jacksonville
WHAT WE SAW: We are up early. Take the 2 flat tires to Mr. Tire, 50 Sebring Dr, Fredericksburg, VA 22406 (38.354972, -77.507432) Bought new ones and have them balanced. Back at the trailer, which we left at Auto-Zone, get them mounted and get on the road again. We drive up US
WHAT WE SAW: RAPTOR FALLS MINI GOLF & ICE CREAM is a delightful ice cream parlor and mini-golf course populated with big and small animatronic DINOSAURS! It is well worth the stop for treats, stretching your legs, and fun. It has a kazillion flavors! Well, how about two dozen? Would you believe
WHAT WE SAW: This is a monument by Gil Whitman to two sisters, Barbara and Elden Hathaway, who ran the local telephone system from their home for 30 years, 1951 to 1981. HOW TO GET THERE Take I-95 to Exit 63 (US-202)Gray/Windham, turn right to US-202 go ¼ mile, turn right onto