We’ve got Bonnie and Clyde in the northern parishes and the King Fish down here in Baton Rouge.
There’s also this fantastic children’s book available called “Good Night NOLA“.
It is in the style of “Goodnight Moon”, but brings together some of the special things that make New Orleans and Louisiana memorable.
Many towns have their own claim to a food item, such as the Ponchatoula Strawberry Festival to the Gonzales Jambalaya Festival.
Whatever the reason, be it happy or sad, there will be a gathering of people and anyone standing around is probably invited. Whether you are looking for ghosts and haunted places like The Myrtles Plantation in St. I know the people around here sometimes act like animals, but this place is really awesome for wildlife and ecology too.
Francisville or Brennan’s in New Orleans, all the way to spirits of the consumed type, you can find it somewhere around. You should check out Bayou Woman’s blog, where she brings readers into her life as a boat captain in the Louisiana Wetlands.
We have critters in our ecosystems that can’t be found anywhere else.
And don’t forget about the zoos and wildlife centers located around the state.
The Audubon Zoo in New Orleans even has its own song.
You can get on down to the Audubon Zoo by taking advantage of the W New Orleans Dino-Snore Package. I know my family is ready for kickoff of the 2009 season.
Our life in the Baton Rouge area revolves around the LSU and SEC football schedule.
I love to share the stories and the flavors that make my state unique. There’s always a reason to celebrate and we’ll open our homes up to just about anyone. I want to share a few things I love about Louisiana and I hope you’ll share some of your favorites too.
We may not always be PC, but we definitely have our own personality. Read at the end of this post on how you can win a few of these items I love.
But the most important thing is, visitors always leave with a little bit of Louisiana in their hearts.