Gator Glare February 19, 2013Placesgator, Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve, Louisianaeric A juvenile gator watches us closely at Jean Lafitte National Historical Park and Preserve in Louisiana. AdvertisementShare:TweetEmailShare on TumblrLike this:Like Loading...
When my son and I visited New Orleans this past Sept. we regretted not doing a swamp tour. Oh well, next time. We did see a gator on the side of the road outside Baton Rouge. FYI….like the new blog look 🙂
I don’t blame you. There’s so much to see and do in New Orleans! We set aside one swamp day to take a small break from the Mardi Gras madness. Really pretty down in those parts.
Jean Lafitte park….very cool Eric! I have family all around that area. And as for that gator-he looks like good eating! 😉
Yep, have you tried it?
LOL!! Now you’re just making me hungry!
I thought so. My wife, not so much.
I think he was waiting for beads…
Poor gator. Nobody ever throws him some beads.
Reminded me of when we headed to, “Alligator Alley” in Alabama. Strange, but fun and definitely educational;) Here is the link to some photos from that day: http://www.jennifer-childs.com/Projects/Alligator-Alley/14413501_bjzBfv#!i=1068701924&k=DFm9MFh