SHELLMAN BLUFF - If there’s a place where “Keep this a secret’’ comes to mind, it’s the Georgia coast, strung with barrier islands as big as Bermuda, and back islands - 1,600 of them - as large as hundreds of acres to the size of a pickup truck. To find so many wildly beautiful islands in one state is remarkable enough, but it’s the fishing that draws anglers here.
In case you're wondering why we came to choose Shellman Bluff as our destination of choice, here's the skinny as it appeared in the Boston Globe on Sunday. Naturally, we are ahead of the curve!
Truffle: Finishing one of three projects saved for Georgia — completing the editing of the Social Science Club's 125th anniversary book's Club History chapter. What better use for a rainy day?
Quote of the day: "Rainy days and Mondays always get me down." (The Carpenters)