Thomas Robertson coats the top of the wooden sign post for 5th Bayou to prevent rot.
Thomas Robertson coats the top of the wooden sign post for 5th Bayou to prevent rot. Tom Singley Tom Singley/File
Thomas Robertson coats the top of the wooden sign post for 5th Bayou to prevent rot. Tom Singley Tom Singley/File

Neighbors get the job done on the Pascagoula

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