In December of 2011, some of the members of the Southern Indiana Writers Group (including me) were granted a week-long stay on Tybee Island by Mermaid Cottages. In return, we promised to each write a story set on Tybee Island. These were supposed to be collected with other such stories resulting from other such grants, and published in a promotional book. Never happened, as far as I know.
BUT we got a week on Tybee Island, and that was pure heaven. Tybee Island is just off the coast of Savannah, Georgia. Some time I’ll have to get Ginny on here to tell you about the trip down.
I think I liked the beach the best, which says a lot about the beach, because the food was FABULOUS! And I’m not just talking about the pounds of bacon we roasted in the cottage oven.
Our favorite place to eat was The Crab Shack. We went there twice.
The parrot is wearing a Christmas hat, because it was December. The door leads to where you can view the alligators.
I would absolutely go back. I would wrassle an alligator, if I had to.
This is part of Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors link-up. Go over there and follow the link to see a list of participants.
A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: What would your main character wrassle an alligator for?