The people of Bayou la Batre, Ala., say you know their town by the four seasons.
"Shrimp, fish, crab and oyster," says Stephanie Nelson Bosarge. "That's your four seasons."
Bosarge grew up here in a house less than a thousand feet from the water — one of nine kids, the fourth generation to work in the seafood industry.
Today all that's left of the house is a concrete slab. Grass and weeds are creeping up over what's left of the oyster run, where a conveyor belt once carried shells between the shuckers.