Sunday, June 29, 2014

Jekyll Island

Once again I was accepted to present at the Distance Learning Administration conference, held at Jekyll Island.  Since it was close to our anniversary and we didn't go last year, we decided to take a couple of extra days and spend the weekend before the conference and enjoy ourselves.  That we did. 

Jekyll Island has an interesting history, as a retreat for the very wealthy, from 1888 to 1942.  We did get to stay at the club house and it was so much fun.   

The beach was clean, clear and soft

Entering the island....

Cool bridges

We visited Horton House as well on the island

 This Cemetery was haunted...I am sure...we were here, and I heard a dog howl from far off, and it got cloudy and I said to Kevin "this place is haunted" and as I said that, the thunder came and it started pouring rain, so we ran back to the car. 

One evening we even took a boat ride and went to find some dolphins

 First we found other wildlife
 Then we saw the dolphins, tons of one point we could see about 20 around the boat. 

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