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Pascagoula, MS ~ Long ago, when my sister lived there, this was Little Megan's first big trip...Life there is nice & slow, Miss Ma'am.

Pascagoula, MS: I lived there for about two years while my second ship was under construction. It's a small fishing village that is home to a major ship yard and at one time a naval station. A lot of the negative stereotypes associated with MS are prevalent but I still really enjoyed my time there and have many fond memories.

Old Spanish Fort, also known as Old French Fort and LaPointe-Krebs House, was constructed circa 1721 on the shore of Lake Catahoula (Krebs Lake) near what is now Pascagoula, Mississippi, by French Canadian Joseph Simon de la Pointe. Old Spanish Fort is often described as the oldest building in the Mississippi River Valley. The structure was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971. Old Spanish Fort is owned by the city of Pascagoula and serves as a museum.

Katie and I visited the Walter Anderson museum in Ocean Springs then went to ShearWater pottery and watched Jim Anderson in his studio. Great experience.

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