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Bald Cypress on the Escatawpa river

Part the scenery one can expect during a kayak trip on the Escatawpa River in southeast Mississippi.

Easy access to this river is just a 30 minute drive west of Mobile, AL.

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02/19/2015 - Obituary - Mary Louise Crane Payne - Age 92 - Mobile, AL (Formerly of Hamilton, AL and Marvin, NC)

Mary Louise Payne, née Crane
(August 15, 1922 – February 19, 2015)

Mobile, AL - Ms. Mary Louise Payne, née Crane, age 92, of Mobile, Alabama, formerly of Hamilton, Alabama and Marvin, North Carolina, passed away Thursday, February 19th, 2015. 545 more words

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Flight of the Strange Pelican

Strange Pelican flight maneuver over Mobile Tensaw River Delta near 5 Rivers Delta Resource Center this morning. At first I thought it was about to land or dive for fish; however, it moved back to normal flying posture and kept going.

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Floats of Mardi Gras

The Jester

Blues City Cafe

These floats participated in a recent Mardi Gras parade in Mobile, Alabama.

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Mardi Gras in Mobile

Many parades around the country and world have their horses and riders. However, we have our own version of horses and riders! Mardi Gras style! 43 more words

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Lift Off

Brown Pelican deciding that I’m close enough as I kayak under them on Dog River in Mobile, AL

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Old Mobile Red Beans & Rice

I realized I haven’t posted ANY recipes in awhile! Whoops!

This one is an old favorite. Red Beans & Rice is normally connected with New Orleans cuisine, which is appropriate because (History buff in the house!) when the Haitian Revolution began in 1791 the rich (white) sugar planters fled to the Louisiana coast – the OTHER largely French holding at the time – bringing with them red kidney beans from the Caribbean. 474 more words

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