I Have Forever

I’m getting lazy. Retirement just kicked in. All we do is ride bike, walk the beach, hike, dine out, kayak, hike some more, and swim with the manatee.  I should have all sorts of time to post little Living in Eternity stories, but I have not done so.  Yes, I’m most definitely getting lazy. Silver Springs We… Continue reading I Have Forever

New Orleans – The Huey P. Long & Destrehan Plantation

There is a lot of water in Louisiana that means you need a lot of bridging.  The 24-mile bridge from Mandeville to New Orleans was the longest; the Huey P. Long  was the most interesting.  It is the longest elevated train track in the U.S.  Very impressive.  We crossed “The Heuy” each time we drove from… Continue reading New Orleans – The Huey P. Long & Destrehan Plantation

New Orleans – Partial Review

We found New Orleans to be a fun tourist destination. State Parks were great, downtown was fun, and a plantation tour gave us a wonderful historic view of Napoleonic rule. We stayed (2) nights at the New Orleans KOA. The campground offers free shuttle service to downtown New Orleans. They held our mail, and several Amazon purchases… Continue reading New Orleans – Partial Review

Nurse Mary and the Vets

Bourbon Street is not all that. We found it obnoxious, very loud, with many kids banging out drum corps rhythms on five-gallon plastic pales. It can be heard from blocks away. The Hop-On Hop-Off City Tour circles the city points of interest. That worked out well for us. Heading towards New Orleans invariably a fellow camper… Continue reading Nurse Mary and the Vets