Wow – being a tourist is a lot of work!

We’ve spent 5 days in New Orleans, over-nighted 1 night at an Alpaca Farm and now 3 nights in Memphis – and I’m feeling a little overwhelmed with the blogs that are stacking up.   So today, I’m simply going to summarize the highlights from all 3!

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Tabasco ice cream anyone?

Check out the label on your bottle of tabasco that’s in the back corner of your fridge. Yup, made in the USA – in Avery Island, Louisiana, USA to be exact.  Just 30 minutes from Lafayette and on the way to New Orleans. It’s a “gotta go to” place for us – the tabasco lovers that we are!

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Alligators, turtles & parlez vous français?

Shortly after we invested in the coach we bought a membership to Harvest Host  – a camping program created by a couple of fellow RV’ers who love staying at unique places. For $40/year membership fee you get access to all of the “hosts” around North America that allow a minimum of 24 hours of free camping. The hosts can be farms, wineries, orchards, breweries, museums or wildlife preserves offering you not just free camping but a unique experience and opportunity to support local business.

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