During the latter part of our visit to New Orleans, we wandered the French Quarter, took the St. Charles Avenue streetcar through the Garden District, met more RVers, dodged tornadoes, and continued to shovel food in our faces at an alarming rate.
Chapter 3 Travels Posts
Tell anyone you’re heading to New Orleans and they will almost certainly reply with a list of things you “have to” eat, drink, see, or do while you’re there. Indeed, by the time we parked Barney, I had about 30 things on our list of “must-do’s.” We wasted no time getting started….
Our week in Grayton Beach was less about beaches and sunsets and more about new friends and happy hours, and that was A-OK with us.
Visit any Florida State Park, or its website, and you’ll be greeted with the motto “The Real Florida.” It is, no doubt, a response to the prevailing belief among many that “Florida” equates to “Disney World.” But Florida offers a whole lot more, and we got to experience some of it while touring several state parks along the panhandle.
As we wrap up the stupendously awesome disasterfest that was 2016, we figured we would put some of our statistics together. None of these are particularly detailed, and most are probably inaccurate, but that won’t stop me from posting them because that’s how we roll around here.
A quick visit to historic Savannah followed by a lengthier stay in our nation’s oldest city.