Written by Jen Finn
For Rich DeSantis and Jennifer Perry, Keith Colburn's visit to the Towne Drive Kroger in Elizabethtown reminded them of sea salt-soaked docks back home in Connecticut.
They would angle for a spot to watch the boats come to shore and load up on lobster for "dirt cheap."
"We miss the fresh seafood," Perry said Wednesday.
Colburn, a star of The Discovery Channel's "Deadliest Catch," greeted the couple like old friends, doling out handshakes and hugs and placing his personal panache on signatures.
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