Swamps and Gators with a splash of hot sauce!

Trip Start Jul 19, 2012
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Trip End Aug 23, 2012


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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Next day we were off to do a swamp tour. Hurp hurp! Da-ding-ding-ding!  Super awesome.  We had fun with our cameras.  And although the water looks murky it is actually super clean and it casts a lot of cool reflections. 

We were lucky enough to be only two on the boat.  The guide had a super eye for where the alligators hung out and I was able to zoom in on a few. Afterwards I talked a bit to one of the guys from the tour. Lynn said he had a true Cajun accent. Umm, I understood him probably the most!  
We then moved onto Avery Island and seen quite a few more gators and various bird life.  The majority of our day I think we spent wandering around here.  I refrained from adding my awesome spider pics for the squeemish! 

Next it was the Tabasco factory where we did a quick tour and then off into the cute wee shop where I, um kinda fed my face a bit with a lot of pickles and icecream pottles that were there for sampling.  We then had a bit of a break and downed some seafood from the cart outside.

Next stop New Orleans!  AWESOME SPOOKY!
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Comments

Lynn on

Love this whole entry! LOL'd (literally) at the bridge pics. :D Your gators and all the bird pics came out great!

linleybarrett
linleybarrett on

Can't trust dodgy midgets that hang out on bridges. ;)

Nadin on

The swamps looks super cool and creepy in a cool "If you die there, they'll never find you" way :D So awesome!! I hope the gators were friendly!

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