Friday, November 27, 2015

Hiking at Skidaway Island State Park, Georgia:: Rolling, Rolling, Keep Them Wheels a Rolling - Winter 2015-2016

Copyright 2015, CABS for Reflections From the Fence

From James Island/Charleston we wandered down to Skidaway Island State Park, outside of Savannah, Georgia for 4 nights.

It is always enjoyable to take a hike in parks, so, we did.  You can read about this trail.

We picked a low tide time.

Zoom a little, yes, those are oyster shells.  I have no idea if they are human trash or left over nature treasure.

Trail was pretty much flat, but you had to keep an eye out for wet mucky spots and roots that were trip hazards.

A very pretty resting spot, with a goodly amount of spanish moss and a nice bench.

A shelf mushroom of some sort:

Looking out over the marsh:

The trail was the site of a 30 some mile run that morning, the majority of the runners were polite, some were spent, our hats off to all of them.

After lunch at a local infamous BBQ joint, we had two choices, Wormsloe or the Center for Marine Education and Aquarium of the University of Georgia.  As it was spitting rain and another mile hike/walk was involved at Wormsloe, we opted for the Aquarium.  Coming to this blog sometime soon.


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