Over land and sea we go, thanks to some reproductions of old travel posters.
I'm getting a little queasy. Did you bring along any Dramamine?
In fact, it was quite common to be accosted by thugs when leaving your ship upon arrival in Canada. Without warning, you could be knocked flat by a heavy bag of clams swung by a hungry thug. Alas, your steamer trunk is gone. The more thoughtful thugs would dump your belongings from your trunk before taking it away.
Some very popular Canadian clam dishes were named for those special flavors the clams acquired when steamed in trunks. "Old Lace Clams" and "Striped Cardigan Clams" are still considered delicacies.
This pretty girl seems to have a mutant turtle attached to her neck. Nevertheless, she is quite happy and her teeth are very white.
Imagine all the cocktails you could drink in the 42 hours it took you to get from Los Angeles to New Orleans. The woman on the right is rising for yet another wobbly visit to the ladies' room.
I shall now bid you adieu for the day. I have clams to steam.