Monday, October 15, 2007
Cumberland Island is Georgia's largest and southernmost barrier island. It is only accessible by ferry or private boat. This is the ferry that took us about 3 miles off shore last Tuesday when my daughter and I visited the island. I'll be showing pictures of the island off and on mixed with other things so as not to bore you too much. The ferry leaves from the port at St. Mary's, Georgia. Just want to mention that St. Mary's is known as the second oldest city in the United States.
There are no facilities on Cumberland Island—no restaurants, no stores. All of your food must be brought in and garbage packed out. That includes cigarette butts!
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