More reports in from those that went to the New Orleans Travel Show to remind those attending, Natalee Holloway has never been found in Aruba … neither has justice.
We have planned where we will put the banners tomorrow, and they still will be very visible. Tomorrow is the last day of this convention…and gatherings also will be held in and near Jackson Square, on the edge of the French Quarter, so we will try to put a banner on the car in a way that it still can be driven safely, then drive down the street which borders Jackson Square.
In this next picture is a man from Haiti (right side- sitting on the while post) who showed much interest in Natalee’s being found and the family getting answers. He is holding a Natalee brochure. Behind him is the World Trade Center. Some of our signs also are visible.
I am turning left again, toward Harrah’s, where you can see more signs…and some of downtown New Orleans in the background.
We had thunderstorms today…and it was raining so hard this morning we had to set up a bit later than planned. We got drenched… I sure wish northern Alabama could have had this rain instead!
But it overall was another good day…for again, people were coming up, expressing concern about Natalee and her family. We met a number of people from Birmingham. Some have relatives or family members who went to high school where Natalee did.
Some people came up just to ask us if there is any news about Natalee, because they haven’t heard any news for a while.