Friday, November 18, 2011

Opening Day Of Duck Season

Black Bellied Whistling Duck

Is everyone ready?

Wood Duck


A three story Cajun duck blind! My guess it has a kitchen and a toilet?

All images are copyrighted and courtesy of Claude Nall

Saturday, November 12, 2011

Friday, November 11, 2011

Blue Moon Saloon This Weekend!

There will be two great shows this weekend, Friday and Saturday nights.


The Mercy Brothers are a hillbilly gospel outfit dreamed up by Kevin Sekhani and Mark Meaux of the Bluerunners. The Mercy Brothers were born to bring audiences the good news by way of songs of faith and devotion, love and despair, singing songs of the spirit from both sides. A Holy Ghost explosion! Kevin and Mark are currently readying songs for their debut release and getting some shows to the people. Rounding out the Mercy Brothers lineup are the likes of Greg Walls, Garland Theriot. Cal Stevenson and Andrew Duplantis.

6PM Saturday is: Rock The Moon( a variety show) with 4 bands,

Horace Trahan Zydeco,

Jolie Blonde and Les Bassettes

Michael juan Nunez and American Electric

Leroy Thomas and the Zydeco Roadrunners

Friday, November 4, 2011

Louisiana Satsumas, Everyday At Lake Martin Landing!

If you are planning to join me for a Louisiana Swamp Tour, you can purchase oranges at the lake.

We have organic Louisiana grown satsumas everyday at Lake Martin Landing. You can call Russell at 337 277 1859 to place your order in advance. Sweet and flavorful! Best if you call in advance to insure he is there, because he is sometimes on the road making deliveries.

Satsumas are the easy to peel oranges.

Russell has assured me that he does not spray anything in any season. The only thing that goes into these oranges is sunshine, rain and pure Louisiana Teche Ridge soil.

These trees are loaded down, and need to be picked. Help us out here, because we don't pick until we have orders going out and they are moving everyday. See you at the lake!

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

DRY Wood (1973)

‎"Our" culture in south Louisiana is not exclusively Cajun or Creole, and so is often misrepresented, and misunderstood. Here is a little taste...