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We have been eating seafood for a couple days.Today we took a road trip and checked off another stop on our list. 

We headed into the country, cotton fields and old tobacco barns. Crossed the Little Pee Dee and arrived at Scott's BBQ. 

A film crew from Netflix was there .

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