We're here in Jekyll Island, Georgia this week and we are loving it! We're staying at a marina that offers (along with showers and laundry and wifi!) free bicycles! After spending so much time trekking through towns and cities on foot, traveling by bike feels pretty darn wonderful. It's only been about oh, fifteen years or so since I've ridden a bike, but Jekyll has a great system of wide, flat bike trails over the course of the entire island, and we've covered just about all of them. First stop, the beach!
We were only planning to stay here for two nights, but a nor'easter is blowing through so we've decided to stay put for a little while. You can kind of tell in some of these pictures just how windy it is. Riding a bike against the wind feels sort of like moving in slow motion. Since we'll be here for a couple days, that means I have a ton of pictures to share. For a small island, there is an awful lot to see here and it's pretty deserted, so it feels like we have it all to ourselves!