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!
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!
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.