Employees of Port Royal Seafood hustle to keep the fried soft shell crab moving as seafood lovers wait in line during the seventh annual Soft Shell Crab Festival in downtown Port Royal Saturday afternoon. The event included arts and crafts as well as live music. A variety of local restaurants were also on hand.
Employees of Port Royal Seafood hustle to keep the fried soft shell crab moving as seafood lovers wait in line during the seventh annual Soft Shell Crab Festival in downtown Port Royal Saturday afternoon. The event included arts and crafts as well as live music. A variety of local restaurants were also on hand.
Employees of Port Royal Seafood hustle to keep the fried soft shell crab moving as seafood lovers wait in line during the seventh annual Soft Shell Crab Festival in downtown Port Royal Saturday afternoon. The event included arts and crafts as well as live music. A variety of local restaurants were also on hand.

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