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3/20/2017 5:03:23 PM
Posted: 10/4/2001 6:20:37 AM EDT
A buddy and I are making a run out to Shreveport to see a guy we know run in a drag race, and I was wondering if there's anything we [b]absolutely can't miss[/b] while we're there. Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller? [b][red]America First[/red][/b] Semper Fidelis Jarhead out. [img]http://www.inetnow.net/~kudzukid/enlemblem.gif[/img]
Link Posted: 10/4/2001 6:37:35 AM EDT
The only thing I would suggest to do in Shreveport is find a road heading south to Lafayette. What you want to be way up nort for? Man dem people up der are yankees,ya.
Link Posted: 10/4/2001 6:48:43 AM EDT
Dat weer de racetrack at, cher. What about Bossier City?
Link Posted: 10/4/2001 6:53:37 AM EDT
I will try on this.......Barksdale AFB in Bossier City....Downtown is an Arboretum and of course the casino boats...Red River Arts Festival this month and a King TUT exhibit and the state museum....the former LA state capital.
Link Posted: 10/4/2001 7:14:39 AM EDT
No disrespect to any of the good board members that may have ties there, but it is the white trash and wash-out mecca of N.E. TX, OK and AR. I got roped into going there not too long ago and couldn't get out of there fast enough. The only thing worth saving in the entire area is Clark Custom Guns. They are about 10 mins out of Shreveport.
Link Posted: 10/4/2001 7:20:19 AM EDT
SeanTX is RIGHT. Clark's Custom Guns is a great place. Located at 336 Shootout Lane in Princeton, LA (318) 949-9884. Unless you know the area it's a good idea to call for directions. Clark's works on 1911's, AR's, M41's and other stuff. A shooting range is adjacent to the shop. Clark's is a less publicized version of Les Baer or Wilson Combat.
Link Posted: 10/4/2001 7:21:04 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/4/2001 7:20:20 AM EDT by EricTheHun]
There's also the R. W. Norton Art Gallery off of Line Ave. and Southfield. It has the originals of several of Albert Bierstadt's well-known paintings of the West, principally of the Yellowstone, Tetons, etc. It's listed on Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell websites, so it has plenty of works by those two artists. More information at: [url]http://www.softdisk.com/comp/norton/[/url] If you're into art. If you like good food, just about any place in [u]Louisiana[/u] will do, but Miz Hun's and my favorite place is Ernest's Orleans Restaurant on Market Street. Be certain to order the Cafe' San Pedro as an afterdinner drink! The link to Ernest's is:[url]http://www.shreve.net/ernma/[/url] Also, the Superior Bar & Grill on Line Ave., is a great Mexican restaurant (considering it ain't in Texas!)! But here's another link to [u]all[/u] Shreveport-Bossier restaurants:[url]http://www.shreveport.net/dine/[/url] And you can always go gambling, if you've a mind to. I always wind up at the Horseshoe Casino in Bossier City, as I've always had my best 'luck' there! Eric The(NativeShreveporter)Hun[>]:)] Edited to reply to SeanTX - Hey Buddy, some folk's 'white trash' is other folks' 'salt of the earth', so keep yer yap shut!
Link Posted: 10/4/2001 10:23:46 PM EDT
If you go to the Kinko's Copies, pretty far south of the expressway, there's a really hot babe there on the weekday-evenings shift who's looking for a ride out. Only 17, so don't get caught. Other than that, go gamble. If you see a casino cocktail waitress with the tip of a tattoo peeking out of the top of her blouse, ask to see the rest -- she likes showing it off, especially to big tippers. She's known as the Dragon Lady. Can't remember which one she was at, sorry. . . .
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