Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Signs, Signs: Louisiana


In October, my husband and I flew into Dallas, then rented a car to breeze through Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. Leaving New Orleans, we drove south in a quest to hit the end of the state.

When we did reach the southernmost point, we couldn't  actually see the Gulf as the land was privately owned. 

Nonetheless, it was one of our favourite parts of the trip.

This is my first time joining in 'Signs, Signs' for a year and I've missed playing. Thanks for hosting, Lesley!

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12 comments:

Mosaic10 said...

Hi Lynette, I must laugh at your use of the words 'breeze through',
there is no breezing through those States, any for that matter, I've been through them all now, except Alaska, and they still have secret hideaways. Mind you somewhere on I-10 there is no speed limit so that cuts down on traveling time. I'm sure you drove 'friendly' the Texas way!

Andy said...

Thanks to you I now have another place I want to see in person.

Zimbabwe said...

Wish I could just hop on a plane and go to Dallas, One of my very dearest friends lives there and I have only seen her once in the past 30 years. Have a good day. Diane

Linley S said...

Thats a shame you couldn't actually see the gulf. Hope the trip was enjoyable.

Tanya Breese said...

how neat! beautiful scenery!

Katy Cameron said...

Well it can't be the southernmost point if there's land beyond it, that's just silly lol

Lynette Killam said...

Thanks for stopping by, everyone.

Mosaic 10...you're right about the traffic down there, though in fact, that particular stretch of road was bare of traffic except for the odd fisherman. It made up for the day before when we'd had to cross Dallas from DFW in rush hour. That was insane!

Sreisaat said...

My husband and I love taking road trips, too! We enjoy the scenery as much as the people we meet along the way :)

Taken For Granted said...

That's a fine sign. Wish I was there right now. It is -10 here this morning.

Sue St Clair said...

Nice capture, and hopefully you'll get a chance to see it in the future.

Lesley said...

Welcome back (I had wondered what happened to you(

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

We loved roadtripping through Louisiana.