Thursday, April 24, 2014

Driftwood Beach

Jekyll Island Campground
Jekyll Island, GA

George and I decided to take it easy today.
We lounged around a bit this morning,
doing some time on the computer & watching morning TV.
Around 11 we got out on our bikes again.
We rode a mile up to the entrance to Driftwood Beach.


This is described as a tree graveyard.
The trees are weathered, and polished by the tides and sand.


George and I walked about 1 1/2 miles looking at all the formations.






There were some interesting jellyfish washed up on shore..




I was amazed at how many trees were there,
they were actually quite lovely.

Later in the afternoon, we drove with Paul & Kathy
over the bridge into Brunswick.
We took some pictures of a American Cruise ship
at the dock.


Turns out it is the same ship my parents will be on this June!

We've had a great time with Paul & Kathy.
They are leaving tomorrow for Savannah,
and we're going to meet up with them there
when we leave here on Monday.
Cool!

5 comments:

  1. That tree "graveyard" is the coolest thing. We need to work in a stop there. I think we'd really like it.
    Enjoy Savannah. That's on our Fall list :)

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  2. What a cool place, enjoy Savannah another great old historic town.

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  3. Beautiful pictures. I love the beach at Hunting Island State Park in SC that is like this. Especially early in the morning if there is fog, it is just hauntingly beautiful.

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  4. The tree graveyard reminds me of Hunting Island -- so cool.

    Enjoy Savannah. We loved it there.

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  5. There used to be a Dolphin Chasing Boat on Jekyll. We used to love to go. It wasn’t a small boat, but it sure could go fast. Such fun.

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