Re: NANFA-- Pond Plants Repotted

Leo Arieux (
Thu, 5 Apr 2001 08:01:43 -0500 (CDT)

Bill :

You will get some also, if I find the pond
and am able to get some, both you and Martin will get some of the
spatterdock. Now all I need is to get out there and locate the place
which is in my memory.I will give you both a report on the plants and
the fish within the next 3 to 4 weeks.
Wish me luck.

Bill since you are familiar with this area you take Hwy. 90 out of N.O.
toward the Gulf Coast , then take the state Hwy/road
which intersects Hwy. 90 (on the left) that goes to Kiln go down towards
the Interstate and look for a bridge that has a stream/river with high
banks, cross over and park on the side closest to the interstate. Go
down the stream
away from the bridge in the direction of N.O. , Check the bank above the
stream, back a bit from the bridge about 1,2,3,maybe 4 blocks away from
the bridge. If the pond still exists , it should be there.Hopefully when
the interstate was built ,this did not destroy the habitat where the
pond and plants were located.
this was/is the only place that I ever knew of where these plants could
be located in my immediate area.


Laissez Les Bon Temps Rouler'

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