I would like to introduce to those of you that haven't heard of L.A. ( Lower Alabama), The Riviera of the South. We are situated in that small area of Alabama that touches the Gulf Of Mexico. If you know where Mobile Bays is, you know where we are. It's the place where the famous saying, " Damn the torpedo's, full steam ahead", or was it " Damn, torpedo's, full steam steam ahead" came from. Basically it's where the mouth of Mobile Bay empties into the the Gulf Of Mexico. The most southern tip of the bay has two forts on it, Fort Gaines and Fort Morgan. Fort Gaines is on the eastern tip of Dauphin Island and Fort Morgan is on the western tip of Paradise Island. From Dauphin Island to the Florida/Alabama boarder is L.A., less than a 60 mile stretch of the softest sand you have ever walked on. It not only includes cities such as Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, but also Fairhope, Daphne, Foley, Lillian, Elberta and Bon Secour. It's where hometown legend Jimmy Buffet began his lifelong affection for Boats, Bars, Beaches and Ballads. The weather is great, the beaches are beautiful, the fishing is outstanding, the boating doesn't get any better, and the people are extremely friendly. Sounds like paradise doesn't it, it is!
Sunset in Fairhope, AL. A city on the Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay