Thursday, April 09, 2009

Augusta to Jeckyll Island to PVB

The view from our cabin was beautiful at sunrise.

So we went down to the lake to shoot some pix.

The park has some unusual activities.

While I was shooting this Coke sign, the gentleman who owns the building told me about another coke painting in Harlem, GA, the birthplace of Oliver Hardy.

We couldn't find a Coke sign but did find this creepy painting of Laurel & Hardy down the block from their museum.

Our next stop was Jeckyll Island.

The Horton House was built in 1736. I could shoot these ruins all day.

The beach is full of some amazing dead trees.

Mary practices her yoga ... the tree pose.

Maybe this used to be a street since it's a weird place for a sewer.

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