I wish I’d had a day of rest upon returning to New Orleans, but of course I didn’t. Sunday morning started off with the third annual hike of the Lafitte Corridor.
We began with a dozen people and finished with seventeen.
Click the picture to view a set of 20 wild and wacky pictures from along the route.
(Michael Homan has also posted a set of gulp 273 photos, a neat trick considering he only joined us for ten minutes. His new camera made the trip, though; I think Therese took most of the pictures, but maybe she passed the camera to Alan also.)
Thanks to everyone who came along. We had almost as many hikers as last year, but very few repeat offenders. I was disappointed that no one from Ed Blakely’s office joined us.
I hope everyone will consider getting involved with Friends of Lafitte Corridor. We will have a booth at the Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo this Saturday, so stop by to learn more about one of the most positive projects in post-Katrina New Orleans.
Update: Photo essay of the hike at New Orleans Nation.
Update: We’ve got Kalypso’s support.