Jesse Morin, a cook at Plums, prepares softshell crab for frying at the restaurant's food tent during the Old Village Of Port Royal's 10th Annual Softshell Crab Festival on Saturday afternoon. The event offered live music, a classic car show, a craft fair, a flea market and, of course, a variety of food.
Jesse Morin, a cook at Plums, prepares softshell crab for frying at the restaurant's food tent during the Old Village Of Port Royal's 10th Annual Softshell Crab Festival on Saturday afternoon. The event offered live music, a classic car show, a craft fair, a flea market and, of course, a variety of food. Staff photo
Jesse Morin, a cook at Plums, prepares softshell crab for frying at the restaurant's food tent during the Old Village Of Port Royal's 10th Annual Softshell Crab Festival on Saturday afternoon. The event offered live music, a classic car show, a craft fair, a flea market and, of course, a variety of food. Staff photo

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