Today Wilma, Gus, and I Adventured to Fort Frederica in St. Simons Island, Georgia. Fort Frederica National Monument contains the remnants of the Fort and Town of Frederica. The Fort was built in the 1700s and protected the Border of Georgia from Spanish raids.
We had a moss-filled adventure to Fort Frederica. It was such a nice feeling to arrive in Georgia to gorgeous tee-shirt weather…something my fellow New Englanders can relate too! We walked through the entrance and began our stroll through endless trees covered in Spanish moss, just lovely. We enjoyed the tropical scenery of palm trees as we headed to the shore. The remnants of the Fort were small, but yet scenic, surrounded by cannons. After checking out the Fort we continued to follow the shore before arriving at some trails. Throughout our adventure Wilma loved rolling in the warm sun, while Gus was enthused by finding sticks along the trail. I absolutely loved arriving at the tropical landscape, so different then the New England. I think I enjoyed the scenery more than the Fort itself. So glad we could adventure to Fort Frederica National Monument today (Rating: 4).