First off, I got to eat boiled crawfish that I didnt’ even have to boil. I didn’t shop for any of the ingredients, either. Thank you, BigSis, for doing the shopping, which was gift enough for me. The day was a relaxing one. As the crawfish were sitting for their final soak, Dotter called to…
To usher in Regular Time, I have a little surprise for you! It’s a short film of the first ever Bayou Woman Adventure we had back in June. Carolyn Scofield, field news reporter for WVUE FOX 8 News in New Orleans came along with us, shot some footage, and put together this show. Kudos to her and all the ladies who went crabbing two ways and earned their right to call themselves Bayou Women.
Yes, really and truly. I’m not kidding you, and neither is the Louisiana state Department of Health and Hospitals when they put out a warning about high levels of a certain dangerous bacteria in coastal Louisiana swimming holes.
Last Tuesday, I was invited to a round-table discussion of how the oil spill has affected our lives and businesses by Sarah, above. This is probably the third or forth time I’ve been asked these questions.
For the past week or so, no one dares venture up to the north end of town to the mall, because that is where the chaos, better known as Mardi Gras, begins. The folks who ride on floats are collectively called “krewes”, and those krewes start the day of the parade riding around in open-air…
If you’ve ever seen Cajun Justice, then you have actually seen some of the areas on my Wetland Tour route. So, we headed up to the “haunted swamp” from one episode, which is also the same swamp where the alligator poachers got busted with the help of a big alligator head decoy. I showed them the spot where the poachers jumped out of the boat and took off running. And the idea hit me, “Hey, I could start doing Cajun Justice Tours!”