Month: April 2015

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We are back!

We’re sorry about our brief hiatus! While we have been sidelined with a family emergency, we still have lots of posts in the works, so keep watching for our new adventures and finds!     Katrina & Lexi

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Lake Charles 9/11 Memorial

I couldn’t tell you how many times I’ve run down the lakefront boardwalk and never knew I had been so close to two actual steel beams from the World Trade Center. Memorial Point can be seen on the flags hung from the light posts for the stretch of boardwalk surrounding the Lake Charles 9/11 Memorial, […]

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Southern Snapshots: A Roseate Spoonbill

    Out boat-riding one day with Myron, we came across these beautiful Roseate Spoonbills. They were crawfishing in the swamp between the trees that line the Lacassine Bayou. This one even looks like he’s smiling at the camera! P.S. Have any favorite southern snapshots you’d like to share? Comment below or e-mail us at bonveillercher@gmail.com and […]

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Pelicans on Parade #2

Here’s the friend of the Mardi Gras Pelican! He also sits in the parking lot of South College Center on the corner of Bertrand & Johnson in Lafayette. He’s painted up in University of Louisiana at Lafayette garb but, again, has no name plate.       Comment or e-mail locations of other Pelicans on […]

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Fearless Finds: Sam Stokes Nursery

  I’m obsessed with flowers, so I am always so excited for our annual trip to the Forest Hill Nursery Festival each March. This was our third year going, but the festival is celebrating its 30th year. It’s a fundraiser for the firefighters of Forest Hill and along with all the beautiful nurseries in town […]

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States on Skates Rolls through Cajun Country

    Have you seen five tall and tanned ladies skating around the back-roads of Louisiana? When I heard about States on Skates, a group of roller derby ladies from Colorado skating across eight states in 78 days to raise awareness for domestic, sexual, and child abuse, I thought to myself, ‘if only I could […]

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Bilbo Cemetery & the Millennium Statue

Our favorite way to find new and exciting ideas for the blog is to just drive around and see where the city brings us! This is how we discovered the amazing Millennium Statue of Jesus Christ. Once we spotted it through the trees, we had to get a closer look! The statue is in Bilbo […]

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