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Multifarious Traffic Nola

Call this grand finale, third of three on Nola traffic . . .  but of course, that’s contrived; there is no finale except to my reporting.  Powered traffic has operated here since Roosevelt, the great grand uncle and aunt of TR,  Nicholas Roosevelt and Lydia Latrobe Roosevelt, their second arrival there in 1811!  I’d love […]

Dense Traffic Nola

Sitting on the levee in Nola, I note a variety of watercraft passing by no less assorted than the revelers in the French Quarter.  Well . . .  How about as differentiated as the contents of the best 15 bloody marys in Nola?  Well, let’s see the photos below , or see past Nola posts […]

EeeeZeee

Muddy water fast and wide separates St. Louis Cathedral from boats bringing fresh air seekers like this waterblogger on the Algiers ferry named Louis Porteriere. In mid-bend, the Creole Queen and Natchez (the 9th) dance in the current.  And  . . . yes, they did dance although this foto makes them look like blind jousters. […]