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Great idea

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Hobbies – Spending time with my family (including dogs of course) and friends, reading, relaxing watching tv or surfing the net. Going for walks
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How I came to be on the forum.... this forum started showing up on my google analytics for my website and I couldn't figure out why I was getting so many hits directed from this site so I came to have a look. Someone had posted a link to a recipe on my website which explained the hits... The forum seemed to be a good fit and many of the members believed similarly as I did so I checked in periodically but didn't hardly ever post for a while but that didn't last to long... I have way to big a mouth for that...

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We did that several years ago. $5.00 per lobster right off the boat. 2 to 3 lobsters for breakfast, lunch & dinner for 1 week. I ended up with iodine poisoning...SO worth it!!!!!!!! LOL
we do the same with oysters every spring from the carolina's to NOLA--oysters for every meal--this year with a dog
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we do the same with oysters every spring from the carolina's to NOLA--oysters for every meal--this year with a dog
We do have some Great Oysters and other seafood here in the Carolinas.
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We do have some Great Oysters and other seafood here in the Carolinas.
I don't do oysters..but the mahi mahi, clam, and crab are amazing! Squatters in Salter Path had the best. I miss that place. My mouth is watering just thinking about it. Mmmm mmm.

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I don't do oysters..but the mahi mahi, clam, and crab are amazing! Squatters in Salter Path had the best. I miss that place. My mouth is watering just thinking about it. Mmmm mmm.
It was a real shame when Squatters closed down. It was torn down and high rise Condos replaced it. Never thought I'd see the day, it was a family owned business and had been there for many many years. SP isn't the same without it. That area has changed so much with the Condo Complexes that have gone in there.
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It was a real shame when Squatters closed down. It was torn down and high rise Condos replaced it. Never thought I'd see the day, it was a family owned business and had been there for many many years. SP isn't the same without it. That area has changed so much with the Condo Complexes that have gone in there.
It's nothing but condos there now. Up and down the entire island. From Emerald Isle to Fort Macon. I still love it there, but..I wish it was more of the way it used to be. Time changes things, I suppose. We didn't get to go this summer, unfortunately. I need to find good seafood. I don't know where to go anymore. Rucker John's DOES have amazing crab dip. I do know that. Oh well. Maybe next summer.

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