We’ve paddled through salt marshes, lakes, ponds, surf, mangrove swamps, and rock gardens. But we never expected to paddle through a forest! Here are some photos of last week’s jaunt to Little Tybee Island, GA, where the sea is steadily (and eerily) reclaiming the maritime forest on the barrier island’s eastern tip.
A bonnethead shark is surprisingly curious about Jean’s kayak. (They’re usually timid and harmless—unless you’re a crustacean.)
See other bloggers’ interpretations of Ailsa’s Weekly Travel Theme, Unexpected. And if you’re seized by a sudden desire to poke around Tybee, GA, with us, more photos of last week’s trip are here. Or do it yourself and rent kayaks from our friends, Marsha and Ronnie, at Sea Kayak Georgia. Bye, y’all!