WASHINGTON — If you’re headed to or from Houston, or New Orleans, or Pensacola along the Gulf Coast, it’s easy to get on I-10 and zip through the bayou country.
If you do, you’ll be missing out on some entertaining and unexpected attractions.
After crossing on the Galveston-Port Bolivar ferry at sunset, we drove on a couple of hours to Nibletts’s Bluff outside Vinton, Louisiana. As we settled into our inexpensive full hookup campsite at this county park, we heard banjos and fiddles. We’d arrived at the end of a five-day bluegrass jam that’s held here annually.
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