Cumberland Island

Look, if you have the opportunity to check out Cumberland Island – do it.  I can’t believed I lived in ATL for as long as I did, and never made it out.  The island is only accessible by ferry, there are no cars allowed except for the few private land owners who were grandfathered in (the whole island is basically a natural park)…the beach is pristine, the campsites are well maintained, they have bikes to rent, and wild horses to admire.  We loved it, and stayed a second day to make sure we got the full experience.  Sigh.  we just kept telling ourselves that there would be more beaches in Florida and beyond…

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Thinking of Opa while beach combing. He loved the beach and I will always think of him when I see seashells

Of course Mark went swimming

Swimming in December