Baton Rouge Louisiana Temple

Baton Rouge Louisiana Temple

Thursday, June 4, 2015

Mud Bugs

I'm so busy lately and so far behind on this blog that I don't even remember why Sister Butterfield and Sister Ochs came in the office! That probably doesn't matter. I'm just happy that they did:)
Baton Rouge Sister Training Leaders
Mudbug is just another name for a crawfish. They're also crayfish and crawdads, but I've never heard them called that in the South. The most common species in Louisiana burrow during the late summer, spend most of the fall and winter underground in water-filled tunnels, then move to "open water" which means swamps, bayous, pond, lakes and even roadside ditches. They also aerate the soil which replenishes the oxygen. Sure beats walking through the fields all day in stilettos!
Mud bug chimneys

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