June 21st, 2019 - Eli

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It’s like 7 or some such bullshit time I shouldn’t be awake at. Heading to get the AC fixed in the car. It’s steamy and we’re set to break every hot weather record again this year. Don’t believe in global warming move to the south.

Dawn and I went for a bike ride last night and since I got a new phone. I just took the iPhone the new one has a pretty awesome camera.

Even though it’s hot as hell, fun must be had at all costs.

Until next time.


October 21st, 2015 - Eli


What exactly Anba Dlo is you will have to click on through to the official festival website for the explanation.

From the website:
“The New Orleans’ spirit is about celebrating life; whatever the situation may be. This spirit is the basis for Anba Dlo- we come together to celebrate New Orleans’ important and changing relationship with water while educating on the important issues. Anba Dlo (Pronounced “Ahnbah Dlo”) is Haitian Kreyol for “Beneath the Waters” and is meant to acknowledge and honor the importance of water in our life.”

Dawn and I attended this year with some friends.
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March 18th, 2015 - Eli

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Super Sunday you get to see indians. Not the bang bang shot em up kind you grew up with but an amazing tradition dating back way further than I have time to truly explain properly. For more info click here.

Super Sunday 2015

We get up around 10am, slide out of bed and start our day like normal. The morning glides by and its noon before we know it. We mount the metal 2 wheeled steeds (bikes) and take off towards A.L. Davis Park. We stroll through the French quarter green beer, green hats and beads adorn the people in the quarter. Its almost St Patricks day so people are getting ready. Read the rest of this entry »


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