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Big Blend Radio: Southern Spotlight - Parks, Waterways and Historic Sites

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 Join Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith, the mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine and Parks & Travel Magazine, for Big Blend Radio's Parks & Travel Show.

On This Episode:
- Parks & Waterways of The South - From Atchafalaya to Big Cypress, Cape Hatteras, Norris Dam and Merritt Island, travel writer Kathleen Walls discusses five record-breaking parks built around waterways. A member of the International Food, Wine & Travel Writer Association (IFWTWA), Kathleen is publisher/writer for American Roads and Global Highways.
- No Man’s Land - Becoming Louisiana - Continuing until the Fall of 2021, the No Man's Land - Becoming Louisiana Bicentennial Celebration is a collaborative effort between the eight parishes who are historically tied to the geographic area of No Man's Land. Hear all about it with: Arlene Gould - Natchitoches CVB, Rebecca Blankenbaker - Cane River National Heritage Area, Linda Curtis-Sparks - Sabine Parish Tourist Commission, and John Crook - Vernon Parish Tourism Commission.

Featured music on the show is ‘Thunder Rolls’ by Johnny Mastro & Mama’s Boys, and ‘Bottom of the Bayou’ by Jon Roniger & The Good for Nothin’ Band

Show is sponsored by the International Food, Wine & Travel Writers Association (IFWTWA). 

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