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Fresh shrimp, pecky cypress, a baby crab and much, much more! — 6 Comments

  1. Hey? How much did ya pay for the U-15’s? Those were beautiful. Loved the gar and its owner too.
    But all I can think and say, with my mouth hanging open, is the cypress just amazes me. Wow! What an amazing gift. I know how dear to your heart the old wood is but mostly how dear The Miller and DS are for giving you that great gift. And installed yet! Lovely friends and they look happy to be with you. Glad y’all had a great time.

    The price was good for my friends but not so good for the shrimper – The 15’s were $3.50 a pound! The small ones were $2.25 a pound.

  2. When will “Smell-e-vision” be installed on this Blog? I’d LOVE a sniff of that cypress and the shrimp. You MUST have made a real, lasting impression after so many years for them to bestow you with such a gift. I must be doing something wrong. I’m lucky to get a mess of mustard greens during the winter months!

    Oh, that cypress does smell so good. Reminds me of my great grandmother’s porch every time I smell it.

    It’s not so much that I made a good impression, but more that they are just great people!!! Man, I wish I could get mustard greens in the winter!!!!

  3. Choup beat me to it! Out of all of those pictures, I thought, “Hey Mom, nice pedi!” *lol*

    Now you know dat is funny!

  4. What a great post! If this doesn’t give a true vision of Louisiana life, nothing does. I’m glad you had a good visit with your friends.

    After you get back, we’ll have us a girls’ night in the Cypress Cottage. I’ll bring the wine. You bring the cheese and crackers!!!

  5. *Channelling Janessa* “You know you DO have a nith bottle of that reithling in yo’ refrigerator!”

    You silly girl! That’ll be long gone before Kim gets back from her travels!

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