Beautiful Tybee Island
The last of the Georgia islands, it is bound on one side by the Atlantic, on another by the Savannah river, and the back side by marshes and estuaries. This combination plus generally good weather make Tybee one of the South East Kayaking meccas.
Immediately upon coming ashore I was greetged with friendly smiles and warm hellos. I was lucky to meet Nigel Law as one of the first people on the beach. Nigel runs Savannah Canoe & Kayak, and offered me advice and then later that afternoon followed up with offers of assistance. Possibly even the chance to paddle with him tomorrow.
A qick photo of the two of us and I was off to resupply and the wonderfful folks at Sea Kayak Georgia. Unfortunately my skeg replacement had not arrived, so that will stay broken for a few more days.
Family was kind enough to send me some care packages and then it was back to the boat to try and figure out how to make it all fit. Fitting stuff after a big resupply is always a game of chess.... Agh, but so much good food and tea to consume.
I will stay another day here, enjoying one of the first few days of warmth on the trip. I plan on doing some local paddling with fellow kayakers and hopefully a shower someplace. Then on and into South Carolina starting with the very busy shipping lane of the Savannah River.