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Grand Isle, Louisiana
If you like the no frills simple pleasures of tent camping, fishing, bird watching, sleeping on the beach, or collecting sea shells this may be the perfect get away for you.
Where Arkansas's Ghosts Live
Have you ever felt watched? Have you ever heard voices when no one was there? Have you ever taken pictures and find something in the picture that wasn't there when you took the shot? If you would like to experience the paranormal or see a ghost in person, here is where it can happen.
The Yellow Rose of Texas
One can hardly think of Texas without the song "The Yellow Rose of Texas" coming to mind. Who wrote the song and why? What is the story behind the song?
K. Spoetzl Brewery, Shiner, Texas
If you enjoy a cold beer on a hot day and you are in or near Shiner, Texas you are in luck! Stop in this historic town and discover the micro-brewery that has been here over 100 years brewing award winning German style "Old Country" beer.
The Painted Churches of Texas
If you have never seen one of the Painted Churches of Texas, you are in for a treat. They are disguised as modest looking churches on the outside but on the inside they are breathtakingly beautiful. There are several on the National Registry of Historic Places; a treasure Texas proudly shares.
Trammell Crow Collection of Asian Art
If you enjoy the lure of ancient artifacts and the influences of the far east, the Trammell and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art will be a place you would love to experience. It explores the culture of China, India, Japan and Asian art including sculptures, textiles, jade carvings and more.
Visit the Oklahoma Aquarium and interact with sea life, touch the Manta Rays, Horseshoe crabs and feed the turtles. Walk under an ocean full of Sharks! Certain to be a one-of-a-kind hands-on learning experience the kids will never forget!
Mississippi's Blues Trail Additions
Are you planning to explore the Mississippi Blues Trail? There are new additions to the Trail expanding the number for a total of 144 sites! There is so much to see on this trail, places totally immersed in the history of the blues and the African-American culture.
Chicken and Sausage Gumbo Recipe
After writing articles about Louisiana Cajun Cooking and The History of Gumbo, they would not be complete without sharing recipes of the area. This particular recipe is Chicken and Sausage Gumbo. It would make a wonderful dish to enjoy in the Fall when the weather is cool. Enjoy!
The History of Louisiana's Gumbo
What is gumbo and where did it originate? Gumbo is a soup/stew that has been the star of Louisiana cuisine since the early 1800's. Its a dish that is steeped in history and a mix of cultures in the melting pot of the south. Does anyone want to know more?
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