We have spent a great couple weeks on the coast of Georgia. It is late November and the weather temps average between 15c and 25c daily, about like summer back home. The whole coastline is formed by barrier islands, usually with a beautiful sandy beach then a island with a mix of live oak and palm trees and a huge track of marshland behind. Needless to say there are many bridges needed to cross to the islands.
One of the highlights has been Jekyll Island, a barrier island that is mostly park land. We spent some gorgeous days walking and photographing the beaches. Also we rented bikes and explored the historical district where the rich and famous use to play in the old days. Many of the beach houses and the old hotel have been restored and are used today.
On the back side of the island is a huge marshy area full of birds and interesting vegetation like cactus plants and palm trees.
Overall it’s been a great month in Georgia and we are sorry to leave but it’s on to Florida!