After two long days of driving, I decided to stay here just south of Savannah in southeastern Georgia. for a couple of nights. This is a very nice state park on one of the barrier islands. Sites are in an area wooded with pine trees and live oaks hanging with moss. Some were pretty tight, but I found a large, level site at one end. All sites have electric, but water is off because of a break in the line. I was warned when I made my reservation so I made sure to come with a full fresh water tank.
The park is about 20% full, which is more than the last few places I have stayed. Nice to be able to see neighbors. Also, like most Georgia state parks, there is a gate with a password and the ranger patrols all night long, so very good security.
I spent some time working through a training program for the new software the college will be using in January. Then I walked 3/4 miles to the nature center to take a guided walk, but turned out I was in the wrong place. I hiked back about half a mile to the trail head. I would have been late, but no one had showed up and the ranger had lost his car keys, so he and I walked down to the tower that overlooks the intercoastal waterway, shown in the second photo.
Long walk back to my campsite. I figure I walked at least three miles overall, and it took over two hours. Whew! And he finally did find his keys.