I’ll be posting more on my adventures with the family at Jekyll Island tomorrow, and we’ve already determined Jekyll Island is our favorite Georgia destination to visit. It’s a fairly tiny island, but there is so much wildlife and natural beauty, I now know why Jekyll Island is Georgia’s Hidden Gem.
I paused my coastal Georgia postings from Jekyll Island and St. Simon’s Island to share my adventures with “The Frau,” and her wonderful husband, but now I’m getting back to it. I took so many pictures on Jekyll Island and everywhere else that it’s a task to go through and pick the ones I love and want to share without causing coastal Georgia overload for awesome readers.
For the moment I leave you with a beautiful quote, photo from our vacation, and fabulous video on Georgia’s Hidden Gem. St. Andrew’s Sound on Jekyll Island has an amazing picnic area that include tables, grills, and a stunning beach view that is only exposed during low tide. Nesting sea turtles come to this part of Jekyll Island and other areas on these beaches, and I marveled at this discovery, because I love sea turtles second only to frogs.
“The sea does not reward those who are too anxious, too greedy, or too impatient. One should lie empty, open, choiceless as a beach – waiting for a gift from the sea.”~Anne Morrow Lindbergh
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