The Big Easy, A Different Local Flavor
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After months spent hiding away, I found myself thinking, what better way to get back into the swing of things then by finding a way to reconnect with why “local” is so important here and everywhere. Still struggling to get myself out of the house, and out and about in Snohomish County, I decided a getaway was in order. Somewhere I couldn’t possibly hide out.
With that in mind, The SnoCo Kid and I hopped on a flight and took off for a city that overflows with local flavor, New Orleans. While there we took in the culture and architecture, dabbled in history, strolled down Bourbon Street, took a walk on the dark side in a voodoo museum and an above ground cemetery, and even played with some gators. That’s right, gators!
You can catch over 40 photos from our trip and find out all about our local experiences while there in this Subscriber Exclusive Feature HERE. Website ($0.99 Monthly) or Electronic/Print Magazine ($1.99-$3.99 Monthly) required to access this feature, past exclusive features, and all future features. Paid subscriptions allow us to be able to continue bringing you the content, events, and more that you know and love, as well as support the local businesses and makers we feature (that’s right, we pay for everything we write or post about, other than donated giveaways). Find out more about subscriptions and get signed up HERE.
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