When going to eat some cheeseburgers at Cotten’s Downtown for a blog post, we stumbled up this amazing mural on the side of the restaurant. It’s a piece done by Jeremy Price of Bluejay Arts. Have you seen this mural or others like it around town? Have any pics? Please comment below or e-mail us
We first found this Gator on the Geaux when leaving from 35 Years of Victor Monsour. I spotted her in the window of a business and added it to our long list of Gators on the Geaux! Gator Incognito is inside Lake Charles Office Supply at 320 7th Street in Lake Charles, Louisiana. She’s decorated
This Gator on the Geaux can be found at the Lake Charles Racquet Club at 870 West Bayou Pines in Lake Charles, Louisiana. He’s hidden under some stairs by the pool, and rumor has it he used to hold a tennis racquet! We don’t know the name of the Gator or the artist. If you
Cotten’s Downtown had just so many interesting things! We also found the original Mary Ann’s Cafe sign hanging on the wall inside. I remember eating at Mary Ann’s Cafe in the mid-80’s when I was working in the downtown area. I loved their burgers and fries! Do you remember Mary Ann’s Cafe? Have any special
This Gator on the Geaux turned Boy Scout, with a bandana and all, guards the Boy Scouts of America of Lake Charles at 304 Dr. Michael Debakey Drive. Artist is unknown. Send us out to search for more Gators on the Geaux by commenting below or e-mailing us firstname.lastname@example.org!
This Gator on the Geaux was one of the first we heard about as it was originally the Local Lendigator and stood outside First Federal Savings and Loan on 1135 Lake Shore Drive in Lake Charles, Louisiana. However, time and weather took its toll, so when we went to find him, we only saw the
In honor of the American Press running an article about us today, we are sharing their Gator on the Geaux with y’all! With a vest made of newspaper and a nifty messenger bag over his shoulder, this Gator on the Geaux is ready to spread some news! The artist is Mark Lefevre, and this Gator
Bet you’ve never seen a gator in a kilt before! Well this Gator on the Geaux is wearing just that! He hangs out near the entrance to a law office at 1807 Lake Street in Lake Charles, Louisiana. The artist is Mark Lefevre.
This Gator on the Geaux fits in perfectly outside the travel agency at 1407 West Prien Lake Road in Lake Charles. His tail is covered in foreign countries, and it appears he once had a camera around his neck! The artist is Fred Stark. Help us find all the Gators on the Geaux! Comment below or
We had to travel just outside of Lake Charles for this official Gator on the Geaux located inside the Iowa Police Station. He’s all decked out in his police uniform, white gloves and all! The artist is Myka Guidry. Let us know of any Gators on the Geaux we are missing in the comments below