Endymion's Progress 2014: 4 days out

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A house on Orleans Avenue, ready to both welcome Endymion revelers and keep them off the grass.
  • A house on Orleans Avenue, ready to both welcome Endymion revelers and keep them off the grass.


Whether it's the rain or the city's new parade rules, things on the Orleans Avenue Endymion route are quite a bit slower than in previous years — no flagged-off sections, no tents, no private port-a-potties. And the spray-painted reservation spots have melted into mud.

With sunshine expected tomorrow, will there be a gold rush for prime Orleans real estate for Krewe of Endymion's roll on Saturday?

In the meantime, take this week's "C'est What?" poll: "Saving public space on Mardi Gras parade routes — what do you think?" 

A mucky neutral ground, where spray-painted space reservations have melted away in the rain. (The portable toilets in the background are marked "CIty of New Orleans" — no private port-a-potties out there this year.)
  • A mucky neutral ground, where spray-painted space reservations have melted away in the rain. (The portable toilets in the background are marked "CIty of New Orleans" — no private port-a-potties out there this year.)


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