Louisiana-Day 2

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Because rain was forecast for today, we went to the National WWII Museum. It was terrific. I wish everyone could see this and be reminded of not only the sacrifice that was made by so many (the numbers who died are staggering) for our freedom but also to be reminded of what evil, left unchecked, can do.

Then a walk in the swamp (no gators spotted):


11 thoughts on “Louisiana-Day 2

  1. Love that plane! I can’t tell what it is but I got to fly in a B-24. I love the old warbirds-and the pilots that flew them, especially the WASP. Enjoying your pictures and stories, especially your assumptions and surprises. Glad you loved Texas.

  2. We went to New Orleans and saw the WWII Museum. It was wonderful.
    Also took a bayou tour, saw gathers. When we went on the Plantation tours, we saw the ORIGINAL slave houses. It is not on the popular tours. It is mostly for educational. IT WAS FANTASTIC! Let me know if you want the name of the plantation. I’d give it to you now, but I’m babysitting my granddaughter at her house.

  3. So glad you got the Museum in! We heard it was amazing but couldn’t fit it in. Next time! The gators are there, they can see you but you can’t see them!

  4. Up til now, Nick has has no interest in New Orleans or swamps. However, the WWII Museum might tempt him; it looks wonderful. I look forward to finding your latest tale every night.

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