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  • DAY 120 (RE-POST).

    DAY 120 (RE-POST). Harking back to November 5th, a relatively warm and sunny day at the Mouth of the Mississippi River with some of our newest and now nearest and dearest friends.…

  • DAY 120 – TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5

    We made it to the “end” — the “end of the world” some people say down here. First on foot to the last bit of land, the southernmost point of Louisiana, running…

  • DAY 119 – MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4

    BURAS TO BOOTHVILLE/VENICE This is my last entry to write. Day 119 was the second to last day of our journey, but I was much more prompt in posting remarks on Day…

  • DAY 118 – SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3

    HOMEPLACE TO BURAS We ran from the Homeplace watertower to Fort Jackson, Louisiana. It was a breezy day again, but we soaked up the blue sky and sun. Knowing we’d be out on…

  • DAY 117 – SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2

    West Pointe a la Hache to Homeplace (Over the Bridge) We came at Empire, Louisiana from the back side, driving from Patty’s Place B&B in Buras, Louisiana up Highway 11 and taking Rose Marie Drive through the shipyard…

  • DAY 117 – SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2

    West Pointe a la Hache to Homeplace (Port Sulphur Detour) Cooler temps are hanging around along with a steady breeze. Today we ran the levee almost the entire way, running down the…

  • DAY 116 – FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1

    CARLISLE TO POINTE A LA HACHE (MADERE MANOR) We did our best to finish the 44 oz. frozen daiquiris on the drive between Belle Chasse, Louisiana and Jesuit Bend, Louisiana. Later this will seem like…

  • DAY 116 – FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1

    CARLISLE TO POINTE A LA HACHE (JESUIT BEND DETOUR) We started the day in Belle Chasse, Louisiana one last time and took the ferry back over to the East Bank. It was a cold…

  • DAY 115 – THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31

    BELLE CHASSE TO CARLISLE It was a cold morning. Not quite 50 degrees even, and I am in shorts. I started my run on top of the levee at the Belle Chasse…

  • DAY 114 – WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30

    VIOLET TO BELLE CHASSE We ran from the Arlene & Joseph Meraux Charitable Foundation at Docville Farm in the rain. Another ferry ride at Scarsdale, Louisiana—not our first nor our last—bringing us over to Belle Chasse, Louisiana. We…