Where’s Andrew? Chasing Alligators in Louisiana

What’s more fun than seeing a baby alligator?  Getting to hold one! At least, that’s what our Digital Nomad Andrew Evans thought when he visited the Rockefeller Wildlife Refuge on Louisiana’s Gulf Coast recently. The refuge is open to the public and visitors can hop on an airboat to go alligator spotting, or play with month-old alligators as Andrew did (Don’t worry, their teeth aren’t that big…yet!)

To learn about Andrew’s day with the gators, watch his video, then scroll through his tweets to relive the experience as it happened.

For more Louisiana discoveries from our Digital Nomad follow him in real time, on Twitter, Facebook, and his blog.

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