Monday, February 2, 2015

Christmas day pictures

Since Devin was here at Christmas time we thought it would be fun to take some pictures. I hope you enjoy them.

Monday, October 27, 2014

Columbus day fun

Since Keith had the day off, we decided to go the beach. We went to South Beach, MS. It is about an hour away. We were hoping to swim but it was really windy. The water was warm but not very deep so decided to just enjoy the view and drive down the coast to do a little more exploring.

Keith went out pretty far and it came just above his knees.

fishing pier

We ended up in the town of Pass Christian and saw this restaurant at the harbor.
It had the best tasting cheeseburgers. One of the best we have ever had.

Waves crashing against the seawall.

The sand was very white.
We had never seen this kind of bike before. It was made for the sand. This guy was nice enough to let us take his picture.

Friday, October 24, 2014

close to home

They still do a lot of shrimping and hauling in oysters.

This is the safe way to live in this area.

They have a memorial here with all the names of people who passed away in St. Bernard Parish.

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Nearby plantations and their grounds


To give some comparison on size.

Oak Alley Plantation

Some of the old slave quarters

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Love this

We love this part of the road. It is prettier in real life.

Thursday, July 3, 2014

Finally an update.

We moved from Long Beach, CA to Hephzibah, GA mid Feb of 2014 then from Hephzibah, GA to St. Bernard, LA(which is across the Mississippi river from New Orleans) in June. Keith actually moved May 17th to start his new job at the Naval Air Base with a company called FSI doing fire alarms.

 The 2 pictures above are at the Savannah Bluff Lock & Dam Park in Augusta, GA

 Phinizy Swamp in Augusta, GA

 Nannie Reunion- North Carolina

 We got to stay with the Chris Brady family at their rental house and their new house. Thanks for letting us stay.

 Near Venice, LA

These fish had just been brought in. These are red snapper. Bottom picture shows the fillets the fishermen will be taking home. Makes me want to take up fishing again.