Louisiana Is GREEN – And WET – This Is a Bayou – Subject of Many Louisiana Songs – I Love All the Green Everywhere –

Bayou Louisiana

I love all the green, but not so much the high humidity. Inside the coach the air condition units keep us cool. I was critical of the extreme heat in Arizona. Perhaps I didn’t appreciate the low humidity enough. Never a had bad hair day there. Never expect a good one here. We haven’t found perfect weather anywhere. We see beauty everywhere we travel. What a magnificent piece of work God has provided for us on planet Earth! Thank you, Jesus!

We are in New Orleans for a few days of sun. We think we’ll visit the French Quarter today. Did I say SUN? YES SUN! Rain has been our constant companion since we left Arizona. Texas was wet. Louisiana has been wet. But the sun is shining today.

About Carol Ann Ritchey

Life is good because God is good.
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5 Responses to Louisiana Is GREEN – And WET – This Is a Bayou – Subject of Many Louisiana Songs – I Love All the Green Everywhere –

  1. Patricia says:

    Humidity can be awful in the south. So far we have been spared the high humidity but it is only a matter of time, this is SC the home of sticky summers.

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  2. pattisj says:

    I’ll be very grateful when the sun makes it to us! 😀 Everything is growing from all the rain, though. Can’t gripe about that! Except I may be molding.

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    • I understand how you might feel from being rained on almost everyday since we left Arizona. Rainstorms that made a deafening sound on the roof of our coach caused me to think the ground had to be flooded. There was some standing water in the morning, but only in a small part of the park. We were able to drive away. Today has been sunny. Blessings to you, Patti…

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