Hurricane Katrina may be ancient history for people away from the Gulf Coast. But for the people still living there the after-affects are as on-going as a wound that doesn’t heal. In New Orleans especially, the sores are wide open and festering.Today, President Bush is scheduled to visit New Orleans to give another speech and photo op. A local blog, Humid City v2.3, is openly calling for a public rebuke of the President.
Tag: <span>New Orleans</span>
I brought Aunt Rita back to the New Orleans train station yesterday for her trip back home. We arrived about 9:30, plenty early for an 11:55 departure. We said our goodbyes, then I left for home.
I had the day off but Winnie had to work, so I didn’t have any big plans for the day. I decided to take the long slow way back, picking up highway 90 (Chef Menteur Highway) just outside the French Quarter so I could see more of the city and coastal Mississippi. I’ve taken this drive in the past, but not since Katrina swept through.