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#18764 - 06/15/17 03:36 PM Basic Georgia coast questions
nopeda Offline
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Registered: 05/21/17
Posts: 3
Hi,

I live about 40 miles north of Atlanta and would like to take a trip to the east coast and maybe get to see a loggerhead turtle come out to lay some eggs. I'd like to stay in a wooded campground that's on water of some sort and also take a ride on a water bus or water taxi or something not too expensive like that. Also would like to take a kayak and paddle around some intersting channels or streams and hopefully see some wildlife at low tide. I did that in Fort Lauderdale and saw birds and racoons looking for food along the shorelines. Can anyone suggest a good place to go to do those things?

Thank you for any help or suggestions!
David

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#18769 - 06/17/17 10:58 PM Re: Basic Georgia coast questions [Re: nopeda]
nopeda Offline
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Registered: 05/21/17
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After reading suggestions from other forums and doing some mapping around I think I'll try Jekyll Island and stay in the campground and check out the turtle research place. Then go check out Cumberland Island but want to take my van to stay in so won't stay in a campground there. I can stay without power or water but do want to have the van in an attempt to get bitten by fewer little vampires than in a tent, and I like to watch some TV at the end of the day so need my batteries and inverter system.

While there on the coast I'd like to have a good fresh seafood meal if anyone can suggest a good place or places. Nothing fancy, just a good basic seafood place for some nice fresh soft fried oysters if there is such a place in that area. Don't need a bar...will drink beer after getting home to the campsite.

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#18770 - 06/18/17 07:44 AM Re: Basic Georgia coast questions [Re: nopeda]
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Good luck on your adventure. Unfortunately, I have never been to the Georgia Coast for R and R, so I can offer nothing. I would hope that someone would've posted something. It seems like these forums have gotten mighty quiet with the surgence of "social media" like Facebook.
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#18775 - 06/19/17 09:44 PM Re: Basic Georgia coast questions [Re: Bob Smith]
nopeda Offline
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Registered: 05/21/17
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Originally Posted By: Bob Smith
Good luck on your adventure. Unfortunately, I have never been to the Georgia Coast for R and R, so I can offer nothing. I would hope that someone would've posted something. It seems like these forums have gotten mighty quiet with the surgence of "social media" like Facebook.

From my pov they are too cliquish. Personally I like the old very open newsgroups that were unmoderated so you couldn't get banned or kicked out for pointing out things that the moderators didn't want to see pointed out. I guess that was a generation behind forums like this, which I guess (again) is now a generation behind more cliquish 'forums' like Facebook. How low will it go?


Edited by nopeda (06/19/17 09:46 PM)

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