By Jennifer Kornegay Daphne, Alabama, sometimes takes a backseat to its flashier neighbor, Mobile, but while this quaint community is quieter, less big-city excitement doesn’t
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Well before daylight, we pull into a driveway leading to a stately house. Perhaps we’re picking up another hunter to join our party, I thought.
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By Dustin Duncan, Alabama Cooperative Extension System The perfect selfie destination might be in Monroeville, Alabama. The Literary Capital of Alabama is home to more