In between Beaumont and New Orleans, we took a moment to have some true Cajun food in Baton Rouge. Well, when we got to downtown Baton Rouge, we were a little shocked that the whole of downtown had become a ghost town. It seems that after three in the afternoon, there is no reason for business’ to stay open. Thankfully, as we wondered around for a moment, we found Poor Boy Lloyd’s. There him and his staff took amazing care of us and shared a little of the history of Baton Rouge and its relationship with the Mississippi River. For the four of us sitting there, the river’s journey was slightly comparable to ours because all of us came from the north where much of that water came from. I have only a few pictures from downtown Baton Rouge but it’s something.