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Yesterday, we were in a State Park in Mandeville, LA. It used to be a sugar plantation before the Civil War. From there, we drove across Lake Ponchartrain on the 24 mile long causeway. The bridge has 7 turnarounds on it, so you can go back where you were coming from if need be. The lake is so huge that when you are on the causeway, you can't see any shoreline anywhere. Yet, compared to the Great Lakes, of which I've only seen Lake Michigan, it is just a small puddle! All that's left of the plantationA  small part of the Causeway; a N.O.church; the T.V. station and some old N.O. buildings