South Baldwin

2014 Guide

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EAT LIKE A Local Joy of the Harvest G or oysters and whether they like more and more people all over the and at local restaurants – from dives The tiny community of Bon Secour, Alabama is just one example of how the seafood industry is a part of the fabric of As these scrumptious delicacies wholesalers and retailers send & Atmospheric Administration pounds of seafood with a dockside on ways to ensure the sustainability of the natural resources on which both the people and the product Here, Gulf seafood is shipped to markets, restaurants and suppliers of that seafood take place on two lane roads where the pavement comes to an end at corner markets of critters you can pull from the crab and a delicious variety of locals but by millions of visitors of vacationers who visit the South Baldwin area is to eat the local 50 Discover South Baldwin 2014

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