Thanks for the pics, Kim. I'm curious about the dates on Jeff Davis tombstone. I've never been to see it. I've only been through St Francisville a few times. Don't ever remember stopping.
The GNO Bridge is called The Crescent City Connection. There was a contest to name it as I recall.
My wife's office had their Christmas Party on the Natchez one night many years ago. We had the whole boat to ourselves. The trip up the Mississippi at night is fabulous.
I don't know that church but I intend to find out.
I don't remember leaving Pat O's the first five or six times I went.
The Brewery was still shiny and new when you were there. We were at the Jax Brewery on New Year's Eve. I was disappointed in the lack of energy and vitality this time as compared to when it was new.
The white alligators are not really albinos. Albinos have pink eyes. Our white alligators have deep blue eyes. I was totally fascinated with them when I saw them as babies. Still am.
Thanks agin, Kim.
What a treat.
January 21, 2005 10:38 PM
I'd love to visit there someday, that area seems so interesting to me.
January 22, 2005 12:55 AM
Those roots sticking out of the water are called cypress "knees". Cypress trees form knees on land, too.
January 22, 2005 04:58 AM
Excellent! Thanks, Rob. I'm going to update my pages with your information later. Glad you enjoyed looking. I've been meaning to scan those pictures for years.
Hi Kimber! I want to go back now that I have a digital camera. Next time I go, I'll come home with a George Rodrigue Blue Dog print, too.
January 22, 2005 06:16 AM
The Jefferson Davis' grave thing is just me exhibiting pure stupidity and lack of focus. That must be a descendant of his. He's buried in Richmond, VA.
January 22, 2005 12:58 PM