Here are a few shots from last week. The beach, the Depot, the Farmers Market, lunch etc.
Bye, Barry. But still no swimming.
Who ate all their hurricane snacks?
Hancock County issued three permits last week (June 24-July 1) for a total value of $17,000 and fees of $218. All were for residential projects: a pole barn for agriculture and equipment storage on Road 345, replacement of a well house on Highway 43 South and new construction of a pavilion at the Necaise shelter…
East. South. North. West.
David Kenny reporting from the Hancock County Farmers Market on Longfellow in Bay St. Louis says it’s packed this morning. Get there early so you don’t miss out on the fresh produce and other offerings from local vendors. And good luck to all the kids in the fishing rodeo today. Lots of prizes and food…
Oh my. Those frog legs.
Fresh produce, sunflowers, biscotti & more.
Weather’s hazy and hot at the $600,000 bathroom this morning. Vendors are set up at the Hancock County Farmers Market on Longfellow in Bay St. Louis. You can hear great music this afternoon at the Depot. And the St. Clare Seafood Festival continues.
Toups Meatery & Herbsaint