Saturday, November 19, 2011

Best Bed And Breakfast At Lake Martin

Minutes a way from Breaux Bridge, St. Martinsville, and Lafayette,

is a really comfy and unique accomodation on the edge of the rookery, and about a one minute walk to the alligators nest.

So, if you are coming to do my Louisiana Swamp Tour

I suggest you stay at The Cottage at Lake Martin.

I Love The Autumn Season!

Tastefully decorated,

clean, and well appointed kitchen,

and dining area.

One bedroom,

one bath,

with a foldout couch,

this little camp in the woods can easily sleep 4-5 people, and you are about a 10 minute walk to where I launch my world famous Louisiana Swamp Tours.

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Best Swamp Tour In Louisiana

Well... that's what I keep hearing! And I don't want to toot my own horn, but that's what people are saying again, so if you want to join me for a Louisiana swamp tour, you can call me at 337 298 2630 for reservations.

These guys recently came from Belgium and Spain,

and not only thanked me for a great Louisiana swamp tour,

they later friended me on Facebook and commented that I had not only helped them understand what is going on in the Louisiana swamps, and the united States, but also the rest of the world.

Oh, I love this time of the year,

natural air conditioning,

the trees are turning colors,

and the pair of Bald Eagles are about to nest!

The Coreopsis are blooming,

and everywhere we turn nature is smiling at us.

Friday, November 4, 2011

Home Grown Louisiana Satsumas

You can call me at 337 298 2630 to make a reservation for a Louisiana Swamp Tour,
and buy oranges from the local area at the landing, before or after the tour.

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!