In Southern Louisiana Mardi Gras isn’t just a day, it’s a season.
Like Carnival, the Gulf Coast’s celebration is dripping with masked merry makers and high spirits. This momentous celebration of over consumption leads right up to the first day of Lent, Ash Wednesday. Around here Mardi Gras is as important as Christmas, including days off of work, huge meals, and piles of shiny bulbs and beads!
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Street Camping In Your Motorhome
We street camp often in cities around the U.S. because it saves money and gives us up close parking to the places we want to go, see, and experience. So, if you’ve ever wondered about street camping in your Motorhome… here’s a sneak peak.
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