Bonfire on the Levee

Bonfire on the levee

‘Way down south Louisiana’ it’s an old Cajun tradition to light bonfires along the Mississippi levee to help guide in Santa Claus (Papa Noel) on Christmas Eve. This particular bonfire was lit in advance for guests of The American Queen to enjoy. You can just make out the lights of the paddleboat in the background.

Wishing you a wonderful holiday, with convivial company and all the traditions you hold dear.

18 thoughts on “Bonfire on the Levee

  1. Oddment says:

    What a contrast between the live flames and the prim, proper dots on the paddleboat. A lovely image. And so comforting to know that Papa Noel will find his way — I’m counting on that! A wonderful holiday to you, too!

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