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It’s Good To Be Home . . .

We pulled out of Poche’s RV Park right at 10am, and were back out on I-10 about 15 minutes later.

Except for the really rough roads leaving Breaux Bridge, and then coming into Texas, it was pretty smooth sailing for the entire trip.

As I’ve mentioned before, from 1994 to 2005, I drove back to Birmingham once a month to check in on my mother. And I swear some of these same roads that were under construction back then, are still under construction now. They’re just never done.

And the section of I-10 leaving Lake Charles to the west is just as rough and potholed as it was back then.

Since we are going to be parked for a while, I wanted to top off the diesel tank before we got home,so we detoured down to La Marque and the Buc-ee’s there to fill up. As I was doing that, I also added a bottle of Diesel Kleen and a dollop of Biocide to keep the algae at bay during the cooler, damper winter weather.

After we unhooked the truck, Jan followed me back to our home site at the Petticoat Junction RV Park. Then after we got plugged in, we headed back out in the truck to have breakfast / dinner at the nearby Denny’s. Coming home, we stopped off to get our mail at the Santa Fe Post Office, before settling in for the night.

It’s Good To Be Home

Even though Tuesday’s not normally a client work day for me, I’m still going in tomorrow since I’ve been gone for almost three weeks, and I’m curious to see what cratered while I was gone.


Yesterday, after getting to Poche’s, we drove into Breaux Bridge to have dinner once again at Crazy ‘Bout Crawfish once again. And as before, Jan had the Grilled Catfish and Grilled Veggies,

Crazy Bout Crawfish Grilled Catfish and Grilled Veggies

while I had a cup of Seafood Gumbo,

Crazy Bout Crawfish Gumbo

and the super spicy Shrimp Boil.

Crazy Bout Crawfish Spicy Boiled Shrimp 2

And of course we had to finish it off by splitting an order of their Bread Pudding with Rum Sauce and Ice Cream.

Crazy Bout Crawfish Bread Pudding with Rum Sauce 2



Thought for the Day:
 

“Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities.” – Voltaire

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3 Responses to It’s Good To Be Home . . .

  1. Elizabeth says:

    Tis a good thing to kind of settle in for the winter I think…we are not moving about like you all are…but still, we kind of ramp down more too.  Today was pea soup foggy and no sun all day.  Damp.  Typical.  But the Fall colors are the best ever I think…we have so enjoyed them.  Love a lot of the quotes you use!!

  2. Tricia Eagle says:

    It is chili & soup weather!

  3. Jan Mains says:

    I’ve decided that I’m going to stop reading your blog when it’s time to eat.  Your photos look better than what I’m having.

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