Mrs. Coach and Crew visit the Bayou!

It was a long time coming, but Mrs. Coach’s family and another guest family finally arrived Wednesday evening after a couple days of traveling down from Oklahoma. I felt like I was not meeting a new friend, but seeing an old friend again for the first time in a long time. Does that make sense?

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Wade Fishing at Coon Point

First off, I’m going to make my excuses. I was stuck in the anchored boat, facing the sun, so these pics do not do justice to the beauty of this place on this particular morning. They boys started fishing around 7 a.m. and started catching trout right away on this bait . . .

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Swamp People Visit Houma

By now, most of you have watched the most-watched show in the history of the History Channel, “Swamp People”. If you haven’t, then tune in this Thursday at 8:00 Central Time. These alligator hunters have become local heroes, and are just about as real as they come.

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Dirty Rice and Field Peas

Dirty-Rice

Okay, to some of you, dirty rice smacks of disgust–picturing rice you scooped up off the floor and used again, right? And what the heck are field peas, anyway? I mean, how generic can a pea be, right?

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