There’s a moment in an historical re-enactment when you start to question reality. “Echoes of WWII — and a loud explosion or two — on a Southern road trip”
The trouble with eating raw oyster isn’t the taste (it’s delicious) or knowing where it’s been (filtering water on the bottom of the bay) but that it’s alive.
“I can’t believe I ate that on Alabama’s Gulf Coast”
Fort Morgan, Ala., is a quiet Gulf Coast resort known for its sparkling white sand beaches. Well, usually.
Thanks to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill last year, Anne Hill’s spring break on Alabama’s Gulf Coast wasn’t all she had hoped for. She phoned a local rental agency, Meyers Real Estate, and says she inquired about the state of the beaches before booking a vacation rental.
“They said they were in great shape,” she says.