Hope you all had a great week! I returned yesterday from a week in Tybee Island, GA. What a wonderful family vacation! Just what we all needed.
While I’m getting caught up this week, I want to share images from my trip with you. Today let’s look at snap shots from the beautiful island, and later this week we’ll take a stroll through historic Savannah.
I got to do a little bit of everything I was hoping to. I think my favorite was just spending time by the water. The shore was mere steps from our beach house. You could just take the sand trail through the tall grass and bam, you’re there. What a dream!
Strolling to the beach with my lovely little sis to sip on some coffee and read.
We made friends with the seagulls. My dad and little brothers were the real “bird whisperers” and got them to eat right out of their hands.
My favorite feathered friends where the pelicans though. They were so beautiful! I got such a kick out of watching them dive straight into the ocean to catch fish, always flying in a perfectly spaced “V”, and standing in rows… so organized!
On our boat tour with with Crab Creek Charters (highly recommend!) we went right by Billy Currington’s house – had no idea he lived on Tybee! Not too shabby, Billy…
Another highlight of the boat tour was circling the beautiful old Cockspur Island Lighthouse that was built in 1837!
I just couldn’t get enough of the tall, wild grass. It was everywhere!
The sunsets were of course, breathtakingly beautiful.
*sigh*… I miss it already.
As hard as it was to leave, it is good to be home, cause there’s no place like home. It’s definitely on my list of places to return to though… as soon as possible! 😉
I’ll be back in a couple days with photos from our trip into Savannah!