Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Another Long Journey

The passage was without issues.  The water was extremely calm and almost no wind.  The air was warm and pleasant.  There were two other sail boats behind us so we had some company along the trip.

We came into St. Mary's Inlet at about 5:00 AM Tuesday morning and were exhausted.  After a quick bit of shut eye, the kids were up and ready to go.  We actually did get to visit part of Georgia after all.
Cumberland Island.

This is an amazing getaway that can only be reached by boat.  This island is noted for its wild horses and is a National Seashore.  There is a 17 mile stretch of beach on the Atlantic side and the Cumberland Sound where we anchored on the other side.  As soon as the dingy was in the water the kids were ready to go to the beach.  It is a half mile walk to the other side of the island where the beach is and we had a great time. 

 Our first sighting of the wild horses

 Paul got some pictures up close on the path

After a day at the beach and a previously long night we were all asleep early.

We are having a great time!


  1. I love that picture of the four of you. The kids are such mini-you and Paul.

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  3. Love this post! Thanks again for sharing your journey with us!


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