04.13.16 Roy’s Pot of Gumbo and We’re Heading Home!!

Wednesday, April 13, 2016 –  Remember a few days ago I shared our travel plan for the next few weeks.  Well scratch all of it!!!  I’ll tell you why we are scratching it, after I share what my amazing husband has done!

I’ve been the gumbo cooker our whole married life.  I’ve downsized the recipe to fit into our RV lifestyle but it still had most of the same flavor.  Roy decided recently he was going to make a pot of gumbo himself, for the very first time, EVER!!!

After he researched his mom’s recipe which is what I follow and some ideas from the internet, he put together a list of ingredients we needed to purchase.  We did that Sunday after church.

This morning I woke up around 8 am and the aroma of cooking gumbo filled all my senses!  He had all the chopping done before I got up.  If you’ve been the gumbo cook forever you can imagine what a wonderful experience that was to me!!

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He did things a little different than I do but what I am now smelling at 2 pm is magnificent!!!  I think we now have a Chauvin household King of Gumbo making!!!!  Roy loves gumbo, as do I, and we like to have it often. It is not a quick, simple, nor cheap thing to make.  If he’s willing to take this over I’m more than happy to relinquish that honor!!!

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Here’s the old and the new pots!


Here’s a photo of the finished gumbo in the 16 quart pot!  He’s already thinking of things he’ll tweek for next time.  Yes, I’m one happy lady!!



Okay for why we are scratching the travel plan for the next few weeks.  See this precious, adorable young girl?  Yes, Madisyn Ann Chauvin.  She played in her first ever softball game last night.  These are photos her dad and Misty sent to us along with a videos of her two at bats. Also some photos I grabbed from her mom’s Facebook page.


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Madisyn’s first at bat video

Madisyn’s second at bat video

About halfway through the game it hit me.  We have no business being away from home while she’s playing ball.  We loved so much the many years our sons played ball and have always hoped she would follow in her daddy’s footsteps and play ball.  Now she is and we’re going to be many states away.  My Grannie heart just broke and I went into the living room and told Roy,  “We have to go home.  This is just not right.”  If you’re a grandparent you can certainly understand.  We discussed it an are planning to leave here early Thursday morning so we can be home before her 5:45 game on Thursday evening!

Yes we have shirts being printed with Madisyn’s Grannie and Madisyn’s Paw Paw on them!  Gotta do this right!!

We’ve cancelled our RV park reservations except for the one at Myrtle Beach.  That one we moved to end of the first week in June for two weeks.  We can still travel the east coast but we just can’t miss her first softball season!

That’s it for a while folks about our travels.  I’ll of course be writing about Madisyn’s games so if 7 year old coach pitch ball appeals to you, stay tuned!!

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04.12.16 Dora’s blowing cold air, Liquidation, RV and Fireworks browsing!

Tuesday, April 12, 2016 –  5 am is not a time I normally choose to wake up.  Since that time was when I use to wake up on workdays, I choose to not wake up then in my retirement.

Monday morningbandd.banner Roy woke up at 4 and I woke up at 5 so we could take Dora to B&D Truck and RV Repair Service.  Her dashboard air conditioner has been 20160411_104946putting out only coolish/warmish air since we got back on the road.  Roy added freon before leaving Louisiana but it didn’t do any good.  We found B&D in the Marketplace in RVillage where someone else previously recommended them.

Dora arrived there a little before 7 and we picked her up around 11 am, all fixed and blowing cold air!! Yay for a wonderful RV service business!!! We have an extended care RV warranty which we’ve used a few times and covered most of this expense!

We  couldn’t stay in Dora while she was being checked out and worked on so we went roaming!  Almost 20160411_104942nothing is open at 7 am so we went to Waffle House where we enjoyed Pecan Waffles for me and a whole plate of breakfast foods for Roy!

20160411_081942We checked out the Foley Flea Market where all we found was an awesome three wheel motorcycle Roy’s drooled over!

Roy has decided he is going to make his first pot of gumbo so we went to Walmart and bought everything he’d need to do that.  I’ll be snapping photos and taking notes for a blog post devoted to this major event  in our married life!!  We think Wednesday will be “Gumbo Day”!

We had all sorts of things planned to do to occupy ourselves but we were told we could come pick Dora up much earlier than we thought so we’ll have to do those great things another day!

Monday’s night sleep time was over 12 hours for me trying to catch up for the previous night!

We went out for a while on Tuesday to check out Liquidator Outlet in Foley which we visited last time we were here.  It’s just a huge building with discounted new stuff laying on tables.

Next on our outing was Camping World where we did some shopping and then went outside to check out some brand new small and large motor homes (Class A and Class C).  Even though they were new we’re still in love with our Dora, she’s the best!

We wrapped up this fun exciting outing by checking out this monster fireworks store, Shelton Fireworks, we pass every time we go in and out of our RV park.  We found out that in Alabama you can buy fireworks seven days of the week which is very different from in Louisiana.  We enjoyed browsing all the different types of fireworks they offered.  Check out this place!

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04.04.16 to 04.10.16 Alabama Gulf Coast – Week One

alabama-welcome-signMonday, April 11, 2016 – Alabama Gulf Coast – Week One

We arrived here on Monday, April 4th in the late afternoon. We settled in and stayed around the park our first two days. We like to just stay put when we first get somewhere if we can. Check the park and the area out a bit before we go exploring.

On Wednesday we went to Orange Beach and Flora Bama which I wrote about in other blog posts. Here’s links to those:

Orange Beach, Alabama

Flora Bama on the Florida Alabama state line

Thursday and Friday we stayed home. Roy worked on cleaning up the headlights on our truck and I worked. I cooked a big pot of gumbo which we enjoyed for dinner for a couple of days!

Saturday we went to the strawberry festival. This happens to be the same weekend as our Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival back home! Here’s a link to that blog post: Baldwin County Strawberry Festival

Sunday we went into Mobile to church at Dauphin Way Baptist Church. This church has an interesting history, part of which I saw when I attended church there with my son several Dauphin_Way_Baptist_Churchyears ago. The church split that day with the Reformed members going with their Reformed pastor to a new church. The traditional Baptists remained and make up the church membership today.

I truly love the simplicity of the interior (no matter what the size) dwbc3751of all of the Southern Baptist Churches we’ve visited. Some may be grand in size but the interior has no statues, paintings and other decorations which is what I mean by simplicity. Dauphin Way is the absolute largest church I’ve ever been in.

We were treated to hearing a young man from University of Mobile sing The Holy City Jerusalem. I don’t even know how to classify his voice, just that it was strong in both bass and tenor. I wouldn’t have known the song by the name but as soon as I heard him sing I knew I’d heard it many times. The lyrics are as follows:

Last night I lay a-sleeping,
There came a dream so fair,
I stood in old Jerusalem,
Beside the Temple there.
I heard the children singing,
And ever as they sang,
Methought the voice of angels
From Heav’n in answer rang.
Methought the voice of angels
From Heav’n in answer rang.
Jerusalem, Jerusalem,
Lift up your gates and sing;
Hosanna in the highest,
Hosanna to your King.
And then methought my dream was changed,
The streets no longer rang.
But with a glad Hosanna
The little children sang.
The sun grew dark with mystery,
The morn was cold and chill,
But the shadow of a cross arose
Upon a lonely hill.
But the shadow of a cross arose
Upon a lonely hill.
Jerusalem, Jerusalem,
Hark, how the angels sing
Hosanna through the ages,
Hosanna to your King.
Then once again the scene was changed,
New earth there seemed to be.
I saw the Holy City
Beside the timeless sea.
The light of God was on its streets,
The gates were open wide;
And all who would might enter
And no one was denied.
No need of moon nor stars by night
Or sun to shine by day,
It was the new Jerusalem
That would not pass away.
It was the new Jerusalem
That would not pass away
Jerusalem, Jerusalem,
Sing for the night is o’er;
Hosanna in the highest,
Hosanna for ever more.
Hosanna in the highest
Hosanna for ever more.

That wraps up our first week in Alabama. I have to say that it is quite hard being here with all the Alabama sports stuff everywhere so we just look away when we pass it!!!

If you want to learn more about this part of the Alabama Gulf Coast you can read the blog post I wrote back in 2014 of our first stay here: 2014 Visit To Alabama

We’ve planned out our travels through the end of May and made our reservations at the parks along the way.robertsdale to myrtle beach

Sometimes the planning is my least favorite part of this as it requires a lot of research and time. For those times I call in Roy’s great thinking through things skills!

One week in Fountain, Florida (near Panama City, Florida) April 18 – 25
Two weeks in Unadilla, Georgia April 25 – May 9
One week in Hinesville, Georgia (near Savannah, Georgia) May 9 – May 16
11 days in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina May 16 – May 27
We do not usually make reservations this far out. We did this because we really want to stay at Briarcliffe RV Resort in Myrtle Beach and we couldn’t get reservations there until May 16th so we worked backwards from there. We also want to spend time in the Savannah area so this travel plan takes care of both of those. We’ve also driven through the Florida panhandle dozens of times before we are choosing to skip that route and go through the middle of Georgia then to the Georgia coast, skipping going through Jacksonville.
So that’s our first week in Alabama. We’ve already started the second week with a trip to the RV service shop, but more on that later!
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04.10.16 Baldwin County Strawberry Festival in Loxley, Alabama

strawberry festivalSunday, April 10, 2016 –  The Baldwin County Strawberry Festival really surprised me with its size and attendance.   Being from the Ponchatoula area which boasts the title of Strawberry Capital of the World or something like that I didn’t expect a Strawberry Festival elsewhere to be very much.  But it really was!

We first had to make our way through a huge traffic jam from cars heading to the festival on Saturday.  ponchatoulaSomeone pulled out of their spot on the highway and we were able to jump right in it after waiting in line at least 30 minutes.

The location of the festival is at the Loxley, Alabama Municipal Park, several acres  of beautiful southern pines with a 1/2 mile walking trail.  The craft and food vendors lined both sides of the walking trail.   It was quite similar to Ponchatoula’s Festival in regards to what was there, just how it was laid out and the setting was different!

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What was missing was the dozen or so tents or booth that local clubs, churches and school groups have at the Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival.  The food vendors were businesses and there were no chocolate covered strawberries or other strawberry delights except for strawberry shortcake.  I missed that aspect of the festival.  Here’s a few photos I took while we were making our way through the festival.


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04.07.16 Flora Bama on the Florida Alabama state line

maxresdefaultThursday April 7, 2016 – After playing on the beach we went as far as the Alabama and Florida border where we enjoyed dinner at Flora Bama Restaurant.  We enjoyed  eating our chicken tenders and fried shrimp on the second floor overlooking the beach!  Amazing scenery! The photo on the left was taken from the internet because I think it shows more of the large size of this place than my photo down below from the front. The interior seems to be built mostly of sheets of plywood.

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20160406_17435120160406_17490220160406_17513520160406_174330After eating we walked through some of it and came across a couple of guys playing music and several clothes lines crisscrossing the room with women’s bras on them, piled on top of each other.  Never have I seen anything like that in my life!  We listened to the music (which was really good) and stared at the bras for a while before moving on! We did not see anyone adding theirs to it while we were there, whew!!


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After working our way through the maze of rooms we browsed the gift shop and headed home.  Lots of our friends have visited these Alabama beaches and now we have also!  I am so glad we are here on Orange Beach and at Flora Bama to see what all the fuss is about.  The sand is beautiful and I even scooped up some seashells to put in our gardens when we get home! The restaurant is such a laid back, beach bum kind of place.  If I was younger I’d probably see it a little differently but

We’ve been through this area before so we are trying to do and see different things this time.  We’ve eaten at Lambert’s Cafe where they throw the rolls to you so this time we chose to eat at Flora Bama!


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4.06.16 Orange Beach, Alabama

Thursday, April 7, 2016 –  Happy 37th Birthday to our oldest son!

20160406_180635Roy and I went to B & D Auto Service yesterday to schedule an appointment with them to work on our motor home’s dashboard air conditioner.  After taken care of that we headed towards Orange Beach.  It is a beautiful, beautiful beach where we played a bit and scooped up on a bunch of seashells! There are huge condominiums all over the place!  Here some photos of the condos and us on the beach!

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Next we went to the Florida Alabama State Line on the beach where we enjoyed dinner and an amazing view at Flora Bama!

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04.03.16 Mississippi Gulf Coast – Week Two 03.28.16 to 04.03.16

hello aprilMonday, April 4, 2016 – Our last week on the Mississippi Gulf Coast was great!

Last week started with news of our granddaughter Kallie being in a serious ATV accident on Sunday evening. She was thrown from the ATV after it hit a telephone pole, was in the hospital for the evening and has been recovering since. Nothing broken but lots of bruises and she was on crutches for a few days. We went back to Ponchatoula and visited her on Wednesday. She was doing really well by then and could get around without the crutches mostly. Her daddy plays the drums so we asked her to show us her skills on the drums which is what you’ll see in the picture.

20160330_170829 (Medium) While we were in town we ate at our favorite Hammond Chinese buffet, China Palace.

Roy doesn’t like to get out and about as much as I do so there are times he stays home and I go!

On Monday I spent some time shopping on the Beach where I found a wonderful Goodwill, Sears and Dillards! Edgewater Mall is an old, but newly renovated Mall that I remember shopping at as a child with my sister and brother-in-law! I came back refreshed from my shopping with a new summer wardrobe, most of it from Goodwill so it was very low in cost!!

On Tuesday I went to the beach to read and enjoy the sun, water, waves, birds and the sounds of children playing and families laughing together! It was a beautiful sunny day even if the winds were pretty strong on the beach. I tucked everything in, sat in my lawn chair, put my hat on with lots of suntan lotion on my skin and read taking a break from time to time to enjoy watching the birds and the families playing! Here’s some photos of the beach and the birds.

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On my way home I took a longer route where I could see some of the beautiful mansions on the Gulf Coast. The coast is around 30 miles long so these are just a few of the homes to see. Maybe 1/3 of the original homes before Katrina have been rebuilt. Some cities were more destroyed than others. Pass Christian, where we are,

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Thursday evening was the Bomb Diggity Best!!! We were told about the All You Can Eat Dungeness crabs on the buffet at the Treasure Bay Casino. After having experienced the disappointment and high cost of eating one Dungeness crab in San Francisco we said yes sir, that is for us! Here’s a link to the San Francisco crab eating experience so you’ll know what I’m talking about! The picture of the one crab we ate there is pretty far down that day’s blog post but check it out and read about that experience! San Francisco Fisherman’s Wharf

We paid $42.95 plus tax for one very lite (we call them kites in Louisiana, they are only partially full) that we split between us in California. Here on the Gulf Coast we ate 5 overly full crabs (Dungeness are bigger than most blue crabs), a few pounds of boiled crawfish, lots of fried fish and fried shrimp and delicious deserts for $47.00 for both of us at the All You Can Eat Buffet. Treasure Bay is not the most upscale, thrilling place we’ve visited but the food more than makes up for it and the place is quite clean. They give a 15 percent Senior discount so if that applies to you be sure to ask for it.

We ate for TWO HOURS and made ourselves stop before we couldn’t walk out! Here’s some pictures of our dinner at this newly discovered favorite eating place on the coast.

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Friday, the skies opened and rain poured and poured and poured all day. We didn’t go anywhere and enjoyed the sound of rain on the roof!

Saturday, see the Iron Magnolia Antiques Post

This Sunday we went to church at First Baptist Church of Bay St. Louis, MS. We do not normally go to Bay St. Louis but it is a really lovely area. Here is a picture of the wonderful choir at the church and some of the beautiful homes along the water there!

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Sunday Chip, Misty and Kallie came to visit us before we leave here. We went back to the Dungeness Crab buffet one last time! Here’s some photos of us walking through the RV resort we are in and along the beach in Biloxi! Knowing we won’t see our wonderful family for a while is sad but they are all in a good place and doing well! We are so thankful we’ve had this time at home to get to know Chip’s new wife, Misty, and his new step daughter, Kallie! We’ve had special visits with them each time we’ve gotten together.

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20160403_142922 (Medium) 20160403_142752 (Medium) 20160403_142649 (Medium) 20160403_142606 (Medium) We left the Mississippi Gulf Coast this morning after taking some final Mississippi photos of Dora and Boots on the beach! We are at Wilderness RV Resort in Robertsdale, Alabama for the next two weeks. This is an okay park where we only pay $2 per night because we want 50 amp electricity. We are about 35 miles from both Mobile and Pensacola so we’ll be visiting both while we’re here!

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01.16.14 You never know what you’ll find if you don’t stop and look~~

ook signAs we drove along the Mississippi Gulf Coast yesterday looking at the beautiful beaches, something very unusual caught our eye.  Four spaceship like round shaped shiny buildings with no windows were under construction across the road from the sandy beaches.  We decided not to stop then but to do so on our way back from Ocean Springs.

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What we saw is the newest addition to the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art.

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The buildings that caught our eye are currently under construction so I didn’t go in them but they are really something from the outside and will be galleries opened in the future.  My actual knowledge about art is extremely limited but I do know what catches my eye and intrigues me and this place was it!

The shapes of all the buildings and the materials used were so unusual that I started walking around just to take some pictures.

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It’s a pretty big place and I knew Roy would be wondering where I had gone to when a few minute passed by.  When I did return to the truck I found him sneaking a little nap!

While snapping some pictures of the buildings unique shapes I came across Marge Michaud and Kevin O’Brien, the Executive Director.  Mr. O’Brien gave me permission to take pictures and to write about them in my blog. Marge gave me a tour through the building of art she works in, the IP Casino Resort Spa Exhibitions Gallery.  Very cool to meet these two folks.margeandmrobrien

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One of the buildings has a winding concrete staircase that seemed to go on forever but was probably 3 stories high.  The trip down was much easier than up!   Some of these pictures were taken from the top of the 3rd story stairs.

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I went out to the truck to let Roy know I hadn’t gotten kidnapped and he came back with me to the last building.  We found pottery being made there and saw some of the handiwork done by children and adult visitors.  One of the pottery volunteers showed us around and took us out to the kiln where they “cook” the pottery or ceramics.

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They teach classes of all sorts at the museum:

Figures with wire and clay
Oil Painting
Book Making with Upcycled Materials
Beginning Wheel ThrowingFabric Prayer Flags
Paper Art for Seniors (taught by Marge!)
Clay Babies Preschool Clasds
Mudslingeri – try you skills on the wheel
Acrylic Tole Painting
Creative Story Time
Cooking N’Clay
Date Night on the pottery wheel

You can email them at education@georgeohr.org for more specifics if one of the classes tickles your fancy and you’re in the Gulf Coast area.  There is way more here than I could even describe so I’ll give you their address and phone number and if you’re on the coast and want to see more give the a holler!  They’d love to show you around! And admission is FREEEEEE!!

386 Beach Blvd.
Biloxi, MS 39530

Monday – Friday, 9am to 5pm

Phone: 228.374.5547228.374.5547

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