The exotica of Louisiana aren’t limited to New Orleans. Roughly 125 miles west of the Big Easy lies the land of Spanish moss-draped swamps, mysterious bayous, and slightly frayed, picturesque hamlets. The people speak in a French-influenced patois. Crawfish, alligator, gumbo, jambalaya, and Andouille sausage are staples on the menu. And dance halls and cafes … Continue reading Roseate Spoonbills And Zydeco
If you enjoy hiking, biking, kayaking, birding, art, music, quirky towns, good food, and good friends—you'll enjoy traveling with us. Join us as we explore the backroads of North America—we love company and comments!