The Mardi Gras Experience

As Carnival Season gradually comes to a close… as we take that last bite of King Cake, sweep the beads off the front porch, and watch the street washers come and go… we all reflect on what a great time we had this year. At this time I remember how lucky I am to live in such a fun and festive city. My experience this year has been full of great music, food, parades, parties, and people. So til next year… Happy Mardi Gras! IMG_8002 IMG_8096 IMG_2562 IMG_2545IMG_7990 IMG_2795    IMG_3282 IMG_2774 IMG_8107 IMG_3588IMG_2842 IMG_4038IMG_3996 IMG_7856IMG_4034 IMG_4209IMG_2698 IMG_7911IMG_7740 IMG_7753IMG_4047 IMG_3023   IMG_7838 IMG_2515 IMG_7913 IMG_7886   IMG_7923 IMG_7933


2 thoughts on “The Mardi Gras Experience

  1. This is off the hook ridiculous!!! We’re going to be in NOLA Feb. 13-18 and would love to see a parade or two. I know the season starts on the 15th…I’m a parade noob so how about some pointers or customs to go along with the photos? We’re planning on bringing our kids, 13 and 15 out too. Is that OK?

  2. Thanks for visiting my blog! Most of the parades are definitely family friendly. I’ve been going since I was a little kid. There are a couple of small parades the weekend you’ll be here that are NOT family friendly but its fun for adults if you’re ok with a little crass humor.

    If you get a chance to come down the weekend before Mardi Gras, that’s the best time for everyone. There’s a lot more photo galleries of parades on my blog if you wanna check em out!

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