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Everglades Seafood Festival 2010

Bobby Thompson mans the big wok, helping satisfy a big appetite for seafood. The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.

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Bobby Thompson mans the big wok, helping satisfy a big appetite for seafood. The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.

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  • The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions.  Shawn and Steve Vicchrilli were having a great time. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • One of the biggest attractions, drawing long lines, was the dozens of portable toilets. The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • Melody Raymer shows off some of her tattoos Saturday afternoon. The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • Whimsical signs were available for sale. The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • It was a great place to be young and in love. The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • Cowboy hats were a major fashion statement Saturday. The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • Conveniently near the Portajohns, this group enjoys a Bud Light. The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • Biker and former Ft. Lauderdale Strikers player Juan Salazar rode over for the day. The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Many young families pushed strollers with the kids. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • The seafood festival was a popular destination for area bikers, including Teresa. The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • William Weeks of Estero shows how you load up a plateful of seafood.  The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • Seafood was king at the Everglades Seafood Festival, which drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday
  • Seafood was king at the Everglades Seafood Festival, which drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday
  • Seafood was king at the Everglades Seafood Festival, which drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday
  • Bobby Thompson mans the big wok, helping satisfy a big appetite for seafood. The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • Sometimes, getting to the table just took too long. The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • Seafood was king at the Everglades Seafood Festival, which drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • The band Blackwater takes their turn on the stage Saturday afternoon. The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.
  • Alicia Hartberg listens to the music wrapped up in her new Confederate flag blanket. The Everglades Seafood Festival drew thousands to the tiny town of Everglades City, for eating, drinking, live music, and carnival rides and attractions. Hundreds of area bikers saddled up and rode in. The Festival continues through Sunday.

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