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How are you celebrating National Shrimp Day?

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Today is a very important day, obviously. It’s National Shrimp Day! Shrimp is my favorite seafood. Really it’s one of the only types of seafood that I like.

There are so many good options to help celebrate, but we’ll probably combine National Shrimp Day with Taco Tuesday and have some nice shrimp tacos.

How will you celebrate?


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Runaway Barges

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