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The tiny Shell Banks Baptist Church is nestled among oaks and sand near the achuse-2site of the first Indian village in America visited by a white man.  Admiral Moldando, a scout for the explorer De Soto,  sailed into the village known as “Achuse” prior to De Soto himself moving up from Tampa Bay in 1539. The Indian village “Achuse” appears on several historical maps, and the historic marker shown was erected in memory of Charles and Sena Ewing.

(Gulf Shores, AL) The small waterway appears on Civil War-era maps of the
Gulf Coast.  It depends on a small cut-through to the Gulf of Mexico, known as  “Little Lagoon Pass” or locally as just “The Pass,”  for a fresh influx of salt water.  It has plenty of room for sail boats, windsurfing, power boats and jet skis.  Fish, shrimp and crabs call it home.  New condominiums on the south shore give Gulf Shores visitors a waterfront view to compliment the Gulf of Mexico view, while homes that have withstood decades of hurricanes line its shores on the north. [Read more...]
Mobile Bay's Sand Island Lighthouse

Mobile Bay's Sand Island Lighthouse

The U.S. Postal Service is honoring Mobile Bay’s Sand Island Lighthouse as one of five Gulf Coast lighthouses in a new commemorative collection to be released during the summer season 2009.   The Gulf Coast lighthouses is the latest in a popular series snapped up by lighthouse fans and stamp collectors alike.  

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Chef Angela of Distinctive KitchensKaiser Realty has partnered with Distinctive Kitchens at the Wharf to offer a special culinary package. Book your spring vacation during the weekend of April 25th and sign up for the Distinctive Kitchens Cooking Class for a special price of $30 per person, only available to guests of Kaiser Realty.

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Kaiser Realty Snowbirds board the “Down Under”On February 14, 2008, winter guests of Kaiser Realty stepped aboard “Dolphins Down Under” for a Valentine’s Day Dolphin Cruise. Launching from San Roc Cay Marina, The “Down Under,” a 46′ glass-bottom catamaran, was loaded with over 36 passengers and crew.

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