Boathouse Outdoor Living Space - Laissez les Bons Temps Rouler!

Resilience is a defining characteristic of the Louisiana resident as they are continuously finding themselves in a game of tug-o-war with Mother Nature. Outdoor furnishings in these parts need to be just as able to withstand the elements. Create an outdoor space that can handle hurricane season with this POLYWOOD patio set which includes a rocking chair and a small table made of recycled plastic that can be quickly cleaned off by a hose or a quick dunk in the bayou. Light up the evening with a wood-burning fire bowl and wall-mounted gas lamps. Enjoy a chorus of croaking frogs as you doze off in a Pawleys Island hammock, rocking gently in time with the southern breeze—or maybe you would rather have the frogs sing a song of your choosing with this set of decorative outdoor frog speakers.

The Cajuns of southern Louisiana are known for their rich history and ability to live off of the land. After their expulsion from Nova Scotia in the 18th century, they adjusted to life on the bayou by developing unique ways of living that provided quick access to the water. Houseboats were often utilized as a means to quickly jump in and out of a small rowboat, or pirogue, when the time came to scrounge up some grub. Use the Cajun Preaux Charcoal Grill to cook up whatever you find! Today, houseboats are used primarily as camps for individuals on hunting or fishing trips.

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