Posts Tagged ‘chef Bourque’

Thanks Chef Bourque

Posted: May 28, 2014 by Central America Overland Expeditions in Expedition/Travel
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We’d like to thank Chef Bourque and his wonderful wife Shirley for having us over while we were on our way to Belize. We had a great time and hope to see you all again soon. CAOE team.


CAO Expeditions meet Chef Bourque- A Cajun Good time!

Posted: July 13, 2012 by Central America Overland Expeditions in Expedition/Travel
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Suburban Camping!

Day two was pretty uneventful traveling, unlike the previous day. We left Mobile around noon, saying goodbye to our couch surfing host, after taking down our tents and drinking a cup of coffee.

Leaving the neighborhood, where we did a little “Suburban camping”, we noticed some interesting signs. Now these must be “special” Alabama only signs. I have been in many states, towns, countries, and tourist areas however, have never run across these before. They said “Speed Lumps”. Oatmeal lumps, sugar lumps, lumps of coal, but speed lumps?


Hopping back on the highway, we were met with yet more torrential rain. We are getting pretty used to this by now and just rolled with it. The air temperature rapidly dropped from Scorching hot, to miserably humid. Fortunately we had the air condition running full blast. Unfortunately, Bernard’s air is not working in his vehicle. This will be a project later at one of the military base craft shops or maybe, Mexico.