New Orleans to Jacksonville (April 2006)

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Downtown skyline, New Orleans
Central Grocery, New Orleans. It was closed for 3 months
This is a small Vietnamese community in East New Orleans. It is the only thriving community in the area!! So much for doing things yourself!
Vietnamese community, East New Orleans.
Along route 90, eastern Louisiana
Route 90 bridge along portions of the gulf are still severely damaged
Downtown Gulfport, MS
Confederate flag, downtown Gulfport, Mississippi
Confederate flag, Mississippi
Demolished First Baptist Church, Gulfport, Mississippi
Many restaurant signs are seen with empty nearby lot. This Olive Garden restaurant was in Gulfport, Mississippi
Along Route 90 on the Mississippi gulf coast. Most of the beautiful homes on the left have been severely damaged
Many buildings were destroyed along the Gulfport-Biloxi coastline
Casino reconstruction, Biloxi
Damaged boat on Mississippi gulf coast
Jazz at Vaughan's, Bywater, New Orleans
What's new about AIDS: from Mobile, AL
Joe Patti's Seafood, Pensacola
Patti's Seafood in Pensacola has the most beautiful sushi-quality tuna I ever did see
Patti's, is a wonderful seafood establishment in Pensacola. We ate the best sushi we have ever eaten at this bar.
Water levels at Mary Mahoneys restaurant. The Katrina level is about 8 feet
Along Route 98 in area of Port St Joe, Florida. The coast is stunningly beautiful. Land is available but very expensive. This lot is 50 feet of ocean front
Apalachicola, FL - a very pictoresque town
Makes one of the best ice cream sodas ever, Apalachicola, FL
Having a rest between drinks, Apalachicola, FL
A 100 year old ice cream place, Apalachicola, FL
An excellent ice cream soda, Apalachicola, FL
The Tin Shop, Appalachicola, FL
Old wood structure, Sopchoppy, FL
Sopchoppy, FL
Little Talbot State Park, Jacksonville, FL
Little Talbot State Park, Jacksonville, FL
Little Talbot State Park, Jacksonville, FL
Little Talbot Island State Park, Jacksonville, FL
Kingsley Plantation, St George's Island, Jacksonville, FL
The Kingsley Plantation was strategically located on water with easy transportation to major cities like Charleston
Slave quarters. Kingsley plantation, St George Island, Jacksonville, FL
Nuclear power plant, Jacksonville, FL

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