We spent Labor Day weekend in one of the best places to fish in the state of Louisiana; Grand Isle. Such great memories of wonderful times spent at a family member's camp, right on the beach of Grand Isle. The weather was warm and we spent a lot of time on our boat. We explored the Gulf, the Leeville marsh and some Fourchon area marshes.
Anne made sure to take some pictures of some of the camps and scenery to share with you. In Grand Isle, camps can be anywhere from small getaways to large, beautiful showplaces.
|Beach View from the Balcony of the Camp|
|Colorful Camps overlooking Caminada Bay|
|Three Pastel Colored Camps in a Row|
|Spot Approving of the Release|
|Undersized Mangrove Snapper|
|Spotted Seatrout aka Speckled Trout|
|The Obligatory Shark|
One of the mornings we were returning from fishing, there was a huge Trump parade of boats. There were hundreds of boats organized for a ride and it was something we had never experienced. Nearly all were decorated with American and pro-Trump flags.
|Trump Boat Parade|
|A Boat Getting Ready to Join the Parade|
|Three Ladies about to Join the Parade|
Grand Isle is such a wonderful asset to South Louisiana. Here are a few beautiful photos of a coastal sunrise, sunset and some storm clouds on the horizon.
|Morning Sunrise from near Fourchon, LA|
|Sunset from Caminada Bay|
|Storm Clouds in the Distance from Grand Isle's Caminada Pass|