Cumberland Island Sea Camp Dock

Now this was a nice side trip for when we arrived.  We saw wild horses on the island, armadillos and beach we did not visit the ruins.

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So John and I walked the park.100_8930.JPG

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The sand dunes which the horses roam all the time.

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This is the ocean in Georgia.100_8936.JPG

Collected shells and took some pictures of jellyfish on the shore.

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They look pretty skinny and I am not sure what they actually eat but you are not allowed to feed them.  On our way back we found these little guys.

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The face reminds me of a rat.100_8957.JPG

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There is the boat at anchor.  And another sunset.

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We appear to have crab pods at the back of our boat every time we anchor.DSC00709.JPG

Until tomorrow.

 

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