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Category Archives: Golden Isles GA
Have you ever wondered about where to eat when you go on a trip? Is the food good? Is the service good? Today, I’m sharing a few of our favorite places to eat in the Golden Isles of Georgia!
Have you been enjoying 31 Places to Visit in Low Country SC and Coastal GA so far? I started at the bottom of the state of Georgia and working the way up the Georgia coast. There’s so many more great … Continue reading
St. Simon’s beaches are the most popular in the Golden Isles. The sands are a beautiful white and the shells are plentiful!
The St. Simon’s Lighthouse is amazing. I think lighthouses are a symbol of safety. They shine for the ships coming into port so they don’t run ashore. I think they have so much more meaning than that though but this … Continue reading
The Historic District is seriously one of my favorite parts of Jekyll Island. There was no way that it was not getting it’s own day on 31 places to visit in Low Country SC and Coastal GA!
Beaches are some of our favorite vacations and believe me there are plenty in the Low Country South Carolina and Coastal Georgia.
In yesterday’s 31 places to visit in Low COuntry SC and Coastal GA post I told you a little about Sapelo Island and Darien. I mentioned Fort King George so today I’m going to tell you a little about this … Continue reading
On our second day of 31 places to visit in Coastal Georgia we are exploring Sapelo Island and Darien Georgia. Mr. RCGG and I have not been to Sapelo Island as of yet but I wanted to include it in … Continue reading
Today starts the write 31 days challenge. Over the month of October I’m sharing some places in Coastal Georgia and Low Cuntry South Carolina. Some of these places I may have talked about several times before, like St. Simon’s Island … Continue reading
October is almost upon us! During the month of October I participate in Write 31, a daily writing challenge. It has helped in the past to really get me back on a writing schedule. My topic last year was 31 … Continue reading