Entries from 'louisiana'

M-I-S-S-I-S-S-I-P-P-I

We knew we wouldn’t have much time in Mississippi (thank goodness I learned how to spell that in fourth grade… it’s really coming in handy!) since we had to be in Florida by Christmas Day to pick up Chris’s parents. When I look at a map to pick out our route I always try to…

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A Bit of the South for the Holidays

From Lafayette we were headed to New Orleans to stay at a state park for a couple of nights before crossing the border into Mississippi. After several warnings from Uncle Dusty and some Louisiana natives we decided to do a day trip to NOLA and stay in Baton Rouge instead. We posted up at the…

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Lafayette, Louisiana

We planned on spending one night in Lafayette, Louisiana. Due to a vicious storm and the town’s overall coolness, we spent five nights there. The KOA campground we stayed at was really nice. It was super clean, we had a spot right on their little manmade pond/lake, the playground was awesome, and we felt at…

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A New Look for a New Year

2013 is fast upon us (since we survived the end of the world in 2012), and the husband has declared the blog needs an overhaul. As he’s the computer genius, I release (most of the) control to him and await new and exciting features and capabilities. And since Christmas is in like 48 hours, I…

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Terrain Change – Austin, TX and Lafayette, LA

We have departed from the desert lands of the southwest and are now officially in the “South.” It’s  funny how you get a picture of what a place will look like in your mind, and then you go through that place and God and nature show you otherwise. I thought all of Texas would be…

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