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    A few pics from our recent trip to New Orleans:

    Typical daytime gig for some excellent musicians

    I want this building! Moved to Seattle of course.

    The graves are above ground, some better tended than others.
    Last edited by Dixminion; 12-13-2010, 03:24 PM. Reason: spelling

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    Cemetery groundskeeper.

    Peace Ya'll



    • #3
      Hey Don,

      Welcome back. Looks like you had decent weather. Any mini sighting down south?


      • #4
        Nary a Mini to be found, only an early Land Rover.

        We'll have to go back in March.



        • #5
          Awsome pictures Don, takes me back to when I did time In New Orleans! Thanks


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            a great city, beeen there few times and
            grew up with New orleans Jazz in hamburg,
            I bet you that group in the photo was great


            • #7
              So we were walking along minding our own business late Saturday when a John Prine song came wafting from the Kerry Irish Pub....

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              I stopped in my tracks but Marian had had enough so I, ever the gentleman, walked her to the hotel, tucked her in, and hightailed it back to the Kerry. The guys doing the John Prine song were just leaving when I got there but the barkeep suggested I stick around for...

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              WOW! A young and very gifted Lynn Drury guided a band through some amazing sets. The drummer in the band could harmonize! She had a great smile when the music or her joking went especially well. Turns out she's been at this for a while, unbeknownst to the rest of us. Lucinda Williams and Bonnie Raitt and June Carter Cash all in one.



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                The architecture and music are the best parts of New Orleans to me, and it seems like you enjoyed plenty of both. Glad to see the weather looked great....ahh, Winter/late Fall in the South.
                It's all part of life's rich tapestry.


                • #9
                  wouldn't ever go back to N.O. for nuthin', but while there did go to a couple nights of muic at the kerry that were great.

                  glad you had a good time!
                  Bother free is the way to be- Winnie the Pooh