This tree, which must be a palmetto, with it's odd looking bloom was in front of the Carnegie home. The rusty remains of automobiles that belonged to the Carnegie family.
We landed on one side of the island then walked toward the back. Our walk took us past the Carnegie home, over this little board walk, through the marshes, then the sand dunes, and eventually the beach. The island is approximately 18 miles long. Our part of the trip on foot was about 3 1/2 miles.