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February 13, 2015


May Louise White

Great piece, Paul. Think you now have an understanding about crayfish and rice fields. However, there is a different crawfish story when they are caught in the wild as in the Atchafayala Basin.

Paul A. Tamburello, Jr. aka pt at large

I feel that I've just scratched the surface. And just when I think I've begun to get a grip on some of the crawfish story, you opened up another frontier...wild crawfish!

carole blossom

Paul..."priceless" story as you well put it! Most interesting. For one thing, I had no idea how crawfish grew...assumed in the ocean as other shellfish like shrimp. The conversation between you and Carlos was most entertaining a la language barrier :-)

Paul A. Tamburello, Jr. aka pt at large

Carole,until a few years ago, I thought crawfish were ocean critters too. The conversation between me and Carlos was pretty entertaining.I was lucky that he decided to wade over to show me the traps with live crawfisn and bait inside. I felt like a foreigner in a strange land trying to figure out what was going on, language barriers and all...entertaining and yes, priceless!

Cathleen Cavanaugh

I love traveling reading about your travels & seeing the pictures of places I have not been. It’s beautiful here with the snow, but I’m sure ready for warmer weather & crawfish!

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