Meet Big Al. He was huge!!!
The back side of Big Al. Believe it! I'm holding a 12 foot gator's tail.
Greg picked these water lilies for all of us girls. They smelled sooooo sweet.
With Greg after the crazy ride.
After the bayou we went to the most beautiful plantation. It's called Oak Alley and you will see why in the next picture. This is just one of the massive oaks they have there.
Hello Oak Alley. There were 28 oaks lining the pathway to the home. It was so incredible.
We then went to the French Market downtown and ate beignets at Cafe Du Monde. Oh my were they delicious. We didn't spend too much time downtown because there was severe weather here tonight. Crazy rain and lightning and even tornado's.
This one is for Gina. If you lived in New Orleans I would expect you to make this your permanent job. This lady was standing on top of a steam boat playing a pipe organ that was so loud it could be heard through the entire city. She looked so happy up there. And why shouldn't she be happy? She's playing music for the whole city atop a boat.