RSVP Thread SUMMER ROAD TRIP 2019

Discussion in 'Test Server Forum' started by Cyrrena, Jul 14, 2019.

  1. Cyrrena Well-Known Member

    Here it is everybody!!! Here is the button you need to press so the Cabana Boys are at your doorstep on 20 July 2019 to transport you and your belongings to the DBG Studios for the start of the SUMMER ROAD TRIP.

    Our first stop is Kennedy Space Center in Florida as it will be Moon Day!!!

    I am getting so excited, I can hardly wait!!!
  2. Breanna Well-Known Member

    You know I'll be there :D Work permitting of course SIGH!
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  3. Geroblue Well-Known Member

    Work, what is this work... oh yeah, I'm retired. Never mind.

    ( This not, I repeat not, an Emily Latilla moment. )
  4. Schmetterling Well-Known Member

    runs al over her house gathering up her luggage ok this , and this and this and yes the kitchen sink too.
  5. Schmetterling Well-Known Member

    if we got to Mississippi we could go to some of this places

    Jackson
    state Capital building
    Museum of Natural Science , Museum of Art
    the old Capitol Museum lots of history was made in this building.
    Mississippi Governor's Mansion
    Eudora Welty House
    the Oaks the oldest residence in Jackson.
    Russell C Davis Planetarium
    Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame
    Mississippi Agricultural & Forestry Museum.

    Vicksburg National Military Park
    U.S.S. Cairo Museum restored gunboat

    Longwood ( another mention )

    Elvis Presley Birthplace & Museum.
    Rock and Blues Museum

    Beauvir ( Jefferson David's home )

    Tupelo Automobile Museum

    Biloxi Lighthouse was run over by giant waves produced by Katarina

    Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum

    Mynelle Gardens Arboretum & Botanical Center

    the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies

    this are only some ideas I tried to cover a wide range of interests only thing missing is amusement parks and beaches.
  6. Geroblue Well-Known Member

    Flash floods in the Mississippi and Lousiana areas, so good thing we are going on a virtual tour.
  7. ttobey Developer

    Can't make it Sorry, have fun.
  8. Geroblue Well-Known Member

    The light house in Biloxi has been restored as far as I know. The Dizzy Dean baseball museum is in Wiggins, MS.
  9. Schmetterling Well-Known Member

    yes the light tower has been restored and can be visited. and in 5 days all will be dried out a little anyway , I hope , or we will have to use boats to get around.
    here is another load of places to maybe look at , I did not put the obvious ones in to this list especially because we were here already this year , but tried to find some less known places for

    Louisiana:
    It looks like Katarina has done a number on many places. Most of the places I found are in
    New Orleans:
    Historic Voodoo Museum
    Marie Laveau's tomb ( she was the most famous voodoo priestess in New Orleans.
    Marie Laveau's House of Voodoo.
    the Gates of Guinee , another voodoo related place or places.
    I will leave out the cemeteries needless to day they are all unique and worth seeing
    Museum of death.
    Jean Lafitte's Old Absinth House( the oldest bar still open 200 years open )
    Pharmacy Museum
    Escape my Room this is like playing the legends of hidden temple.
    The Singing Tree ( filled with hidden chimes)
    Jakson Sauare and it's cats , at night this square is filled with cats and kittens.
    Saint Roch Chapel ( shrine covered in prosthetic body parts.)
    Carousel Bar ( only rotating bar so you can get dizzy before you have a drink )
    Ruins of Fort Macomb
    Museum of the American Cocktail
    Fort Pike
    Abita Mystery house
    Mardi Gras World
    Fort Proctor survivor of many a storm.
    Abandoned Jazzland a victim of hurricane Katarina ( still people go to the ruins of this amusement park and see the distraction first hand .
    National World War 2 Museum
    House of Broel ( big collection of doll houses
    the New Orleans Train Garden (lot's of miniature trains.)
    Mardi Gras Bead Tree ( big tree covered in Beads)
    Confederate Civil War Building
    the music Tree ( dead tree carved and painted into a piece of art )
    Cresent City Cat Club ( a place where you can cuddle with cats and kittens and adopt them too.
    General Laundry Building ( beautiful Art Deco building )
    the New Orleans Tree house ( you got to see that )
    the Conti Wax Museum features gruesome and interesting event's of the state.
    Lake Pontchartrain Causeway ( worlds longest bridge over water )


    Lake Charles :
    the U.S.S. Orleck
    New Iberia :
    Avery Island Tabaco Museum and Factory
    Bell Rose :
    Bayou Sinkhole ( created after a mine collapsed) it still grows ,devouring anything in it's way . today it covers 25 acres.
    Chauvin:
    Kenny Hill Sculpture Garden ( some guy covered his backyard in angel statues)
    Gibsland:
    Bonie and Clyde Ambush Museum
    Rayne : town living of froglegs and once a year dresses up giant frogs for a race.
    Haughton :
    Touchstone Wildlife and art Mueum ( over 1000 stuffed animals posed in natural settings )
    Baton Rouge :
    Lousiana old State Capitol ( neo gothic style building )
    Bayou St John Confederate Submarine ( was found under water , well where else would you find a sub ?)
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  10. Cyrrena Well-Known Member

    We will put a virtual image of you at work. That way it looks like you are at work and if need be you can do some work while we are travelling from our super uber nerdy geeky equipment. I am sure that we can get one of those 3-D projected images, they have one of Freddie Mercury and can do an entire Queen concert with Freddie present and performing.
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  11. Cyrrena Well-Known Member

    Of course you can and will make it and you will have the time of your life!!!
  12. Cyrrena Well-Known Member

    Great ideas!!!
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  13. Breanna Well-Known Member

    Good the virtual image of me can talk to all our customers, that way I don't have to deal with it. Just program it to say NO YOUR PARTS ARE NOT READY. That will be it unless you want to add have a nice day.
  14. Breanna Well-Known Member

    O and I almost forgot, it will have to argue with my other half to get the jobs done that everyone is screaming for first.
  15. Rosyposy Well-Known Member

    The Bonnie & Clyde death car is in Nevada - it used to be in Jean, NV, but now it's in Primm.
  16. Schmetterling Well-Known Member

    yea in a casino in Las Vegas but there is a replica in the museum and some other artifacts that belonged to the pair.
  17. Uwkete-of-Crushbone Well-Known Member

    Ah, but remember, we have time technology...you can go on the Tour and come back home a minute after you left ("The hyperdrive is acting up, that engineer's delight/If they don't fix it we'll fly now/And then come back last night..."), all refreshed and jazzed and inspired to dive right back in with whatever needs doing. :)

    Count me in! Not missing Moon Day at the Cape for anything! :D

    (Though ironically, I will be attending a local event in my area in RL in the afternoon... ;->)

    Uwk
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  18. Breanna Well-Known Member

    I would rather the virtual me dealt with everything LOL I am getting just a bit overwhelmed and cranky. We've had a down machine for over a week now, and we're waiting on parts which should have came in last week but didn't. Our normal UPS driver retired so we're dealing with all these fill in people. Yesterday we got a package and we're like Woo Hoo finally, I open it only to find out it's for the shop next door and not us. I cringe everytime the phone rings, because it's someone asking did the parts come in? Did you get the machine fixed? I guess I'm feeling just a bit stressed. We lost a job yesterday because they couldn't wait any longer. SIGH

    Yea the virtual me can deal with this I want to come back when everything is fixed and back to normal.
  19. Geroblue Well-Known Member

    A postal clerk some years ago mispronounced my name, I politely replied how I pronounce my name, and he said, "Oh, so this package isn't yours ?". Yes its mine, but you mispronounced my name, left letters out of it. He wasn't even close. I did get my package. Apparently from the rolled eyes by the other clerks, he did this all of the time.
  20. Cyrrena Well-Known Member

    You made me think of an old BBC sitcom Keeping Up Appearances. The main character's name is Hyacinth Bucket. But she insists that it is pronounced Bouquet.

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