"[Gov. Bobby Jindal] began wearing cowboy boots more often and got a hunting license. In December, he and his wife Supriya were pictured on their Christmas card with their three kids decked out in camouflage. The governor said he started hunting regularly more recently in life and can't recall much about his first kill. 'The first time I killed something — it's got to be sometime roughly in the last 10 years,' he said." — Annie Gowen and Tyler Bridges in a Washington Post profile of Gov. Bobby Jindal titled, "From Piyush to Bobby: How does Jindal feel about his family's past?" Over the last year, Jindal's social media accounts have sent out many images of the Jindal family in camo and with guns, including his children on a duck hunt, his wife at a firing range and the governor handling a variety of weaponry.