The Boudreaux family is late again getting ready for shrimp season, but by sunrise they're headed down the bayou to see what they can trawl up. Tantalized by gold coins found by another shrimper, they hope to find more than shrimp in their net, but do they recognize the treasure they already have? This 819 word epic poem celebrates the life of fishing families in southern Louisiana in a humorous way and leaves you with the next generation continuing the tradition. Have your French dictionary or a Cajun friend handy to help you out in a few spots, Cher