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    hula_dancer73 posted:
    HI everyone.

    There is NO Mardi Gras in HI but there was when I was in Louisiana until I was 30, then moved to PHX for 7 yrs then to HI for almost 3. it will be 3 years this year in HI. PHX has parades and that but not in the town I am from. You want to do that you haveto go to the East valley to get that type of thing.


    In Cajun-French that transaltes to LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL!!

    I have OVER 100 DIFFERENT beads and about 20 dubloons and other assorted things like masks and that type of thing.

    Today I s till celbrate it with our old tradations like eating potato pancakes with sour cream on them. Tastes so good.

    Well that is all for now, has notrhing todo wi th EP but I just thought I would say that to you since today is Mardi Gras.

    I live on O'ahu in the Waikiki district of downtown Honolulu.

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