Rambling, Listening, Celebrating and Reflecting in Louisiana (part one of the LA and MS road trip)

A re-post from my friend MIchael who has embarked on a rare adult gap year. Man are you off to a great start!

50 States of Rambling, Listening, Celebrating and Reflecting

Rambling – Louisiana was the perfect state to launch my gap year.  We had already planned a family gathering to attend VoodooFest, a three-day long music and art festival held the weekend before Halloween.  When we left New Orleans a week later sated and exhausted, Linda and I ventured through Cajun country and then on to Mississippi.  1,000 miles later we were back at the Louis Armstrong airport heading home for Thanksgiving and a countdown to my first cross country trip that will start the week after and likely last three months.

There is no way to convey the profusion of experiences from this first trek but I’ve highlighted what I wouldn’t want to miss below, included books I read in the sidebar, and detailed the route on this planning site (see the map on the righthand side).

A great joy of rambling is simply staring out of car…

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50 States of Rambling, Listening, Celebrating and Reflecting

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