Wendy Fairley holds a big gumbo paddle during the Tasty Tours of South Mississippi visit to Triplett-Day Drugs in downtown Gulfport. Fairley and her sister, Jessica Adams, conduct the tours.
Wendy Fairley holds a big gumbo paddle during the Tasty Tours of South Mississippi visit to Triplett-Day Drugs in downtown Gulfport. Fairley and her sister, Jessica Adams, conduct the tours. Tammy Smith tmsmith@sunherald.com
Wendy Fairley holds a big gumbo paddle during the Tasty Tours of South Mississippi visit to Triplett-Day Drugs in downtown Gulfport. Fairley and her sister, Jessica Adams, conduct the tours. Tammy Smith tmsmith@sunherald.com

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