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Photo Gallery 23:
March 2002: Intracoastal Waterway, Georgia
As we travel up the ICW through the marshes, we see many Great Egrets
fishing along the shores.
The ranger station at Cumberland Island National Seashore
Cumberland Island is the furthest southern barrier island in Georgia.
Second Sojourn at anchor off Cumberland Island
Michelle and Dave on the trail through the maritime forest
The trail from the forest weaves through the dunes on the way to the
Michelle walks on the beach at Cumberland Island
Near Cumberland Island is St. Mary's, Georgia.
Alex and Michelle relax in one of the many, many swings we have found
along the water in the south.
Bed and Breakfast in St. Mary's, Georgia
Another B&B in St. Mary's
First Presbyterian Church in St. Mary's, Georgia
Dave heads out on the trail across Cumberland Island
An armadillo! How cute is he?
The gates to "Dungeness" at Cumberland Island
The ruins of "Dungeness"
The Cumberland Island car graveyard
The boardwalk to the marsh
Tiny fiddler crabs
Alex heads over the dunes off the marsh trail. Can you tell how
blonde she's gotten?
"Cottages" at Jekyll Island
The hotel at Jekyll Island
The verandah and the dining room at the hotel
A small Magnolia tree starting to bloom
The Crane's winter house, for when the season is too cold for "The
Castle" (in Ipswich)
Kilkenny Marina-Great folks
Second Sojourn at the Kilkenny Marina dock
Fish bait is always available in Georgia
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