We stopped at Gould's Inlet, where grey skies and gusty winds didn't deter visitors (mostly locals) from enjoying a day at the beach. Fishermen and families alike were enjoying the wonders of St. Simons Island. It was the first afternoon and fond memories were already flooding back.
After several requests to photograph him, the monk reluctantly obliged, telling us we could each take one photo. Noticing one person shooting several photos with their phone he asked with a slight smile "something wrong with your phone?"
After twisting and turning our way through narrow city streets, we reached our destination. I chuckled when I saw the name of the bar next door - KGB Still Watching You. As this was our first Georgian meal, we ordered a little bit of everything and it was mighty tasty.
A one-time presidential candidate, Cap's pride in his island home is clearly evident. He loves nothing better than telling visitors why he loves this island as much as he does. We took the trolley to the Coast Guard Maritime Museum, where Curt Smith, Events Coordinator for the Coastal Georgia Historical Society, gave us a thorough overview of how the barrier islands were formed.