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March 10, 2014


May Louise White

You really nailed this one, too. It truly was a Mardi Gras Miracle that made it possible for all of us to dance when the weather was so bad outside. I have seen cold Mardi Gras' and wet Mardi Gras', but not cold and wet at the same time....not a good combination. Hope I never do again.

carole blossom

One hellofa story! Nothing short of amazing reading from Part 1 "Unthinkable" play by play to Part 2, "Miracle" turning a disaster into another musical festivity not for the faint of heart. A tale not to be forgotten and surely retold by generations to come as the "Miracle Mardi Gras of 2014"!! almost unbelievable. Thank goodness for e-mail and Facebook...who woulda known back in the day modern technology came to the rescue of old time tradition! And thanks to PT at Large, your followers and fans gratefully got the scoop straight from the your computer and digital cam. without having to brave the elements of black ice. Smiles :)

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