There are many outlet stores and several large casinos on the opposite side of the river from where we walked, but shopping and gambling are not alluring to me.
We have driven around a bit, and I am pleased to report there are some nice parts of the city.
I was concerned that if we were at a state park this week we would not have a clear sky for satellite reception. The World Cup started on Thursday, and watching soccer games will be Craig's main interest for a while.
With that in mind, we caught the 10 AM departure of the Red River Cruise Boat. The weather was very pleasant, in the high 70's, and there was a nice little breeze. We were the only passengers.
The cruise itself is an hour long. We went up into a bayou which was quite pretty.
We saw Blue Heron,
This was pointed out to us as "his and hers" houseboats. Apparently they are occupied by a couple who are together, but need their own space!
I wonder if the tent on the top deck is a summer house or a sleeping loft.
We were back to the Alfa by noon and watched the Spain vs. the Netherlands game. Spain was supposed to be the best in the world, but lost badly.
We took an evening walk last night and enjoyed seeing fireflies in the trees. The KOA keeps the mosquitos under control by fogging. I heard the truck the other night. I'm not sure what I think about that. I don't like the though of the poison in the air and on the grass, but I also hate mosquitos.
Spray or not?