Saturday, February 11, 2012
Cumberland Island National Seashore
Cumberland is too rich in history and natural beauty to experience in a day …or a season. For our first day trip the Park service folks recommended a stroll around the Southern tip including the ruins of Dungeness, some seashore and the amazing “enchanted forest” campgrounds.
Ruins of Lucy Carnegie’s Dungeness
Winds were fierce in the open, but no bugs!
Streams of wind-driven sand moving across the beach.
Over time the winds have twisted the whole forest into shapes like these and tribes of Boy Scouts can happily disappear into campsites without a trace….
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