You never know what you're going to see
This old little cottage had a "to go" window with fresh thin mint bars just sitting in the window. Nom nom!
And then if you want an authentic souvenir to take home... How's this for roadkill?
Here's Brad modeling in the oldest town square in the US.
We spied a mini golf course at the marina. Made a mental note for evening excitement.
Sid was working on his moves...
We returned after the "showdown" and had the pleasure of seeing the old galleon cloaked in a blanket of light.
We departed at 7am the next morning in order to be first in line for the 7:15am bridge opening.
Below is a view of the old fort from the water...
We made the bridge opening as planned and boats stacked up behind us. We wanted to make high tide as we headed through the Georgia waters which are famously shallow.
It was a spectacular day out!
And the scenery reminded me of my childhood vacations in Sunriver, Orgeon.
This gives you an idea of it's location.
Shrimp boats waiting for their midnight runs.
The next day we had an 8am departure and we're off heading toward Savannah.Can you spot the nuclear submarine?
A pod of dolphins came to say hello!