JAN/FEB 2022 RV TRIP DESTINATION KEY WEST
We had a short travel day from St. Augustine to Savannah that turned out to be a great day for historic sites. So much happened in this area. We’re using the Passport Book to lead us to these obscure off track forts and National Historic Sites.
The goal to get all of the stamp cancellations has taken us to places we would have never been aware of. We do love the roads less traveled, especially when they provide a good history lesson. 🇺🇸
We left St. Augustine and continued up the coast into Georgia. Finally out of Florida!
The Timucuan Historic Preserve was our last stop leaving Florida.
The Georgia Seashore! Not to be confused with the Florida Seashore. When they say Seashore, they mean miles of swamp and intertwining rivers. We rarely ever get right on the actual shore of the Atlantic and have seen surprisingly few beaches.
Fort Pulaski. The best of the best.
This is by far the most beautiful and well preserved historic fort that we have ever visited. We took the self guided tour and we’re amazed by the beauty of the structure as well as the surrounding seashore.
We drove on down to the tip of Tybee Island to the actual start of the US 80. We had to get the picture! It was a charming little beach island town and we got a better view of the a nice little light house.