Lil’ Talbot

No. That’s not the real spelling. However, if you are visiting North Florida you should stop by Little Talbot Island. It has everything for an afternoon. Great beaches that seem to stretch out forever. We were there during one of the lowest tides in 50 years so the great shelling we did may have been exaggerated, but I have never seen shells and crabs in that supply at any other beach in Florida. There is also a great hiking trail that runs in the sandy dunes and drops you off about 1.5 miles from the pier. It’s only a bit challenging for novices, and just challenging enough to keep the experienced from being bored.  It costs about 5 dollars for a car worth of people, but for the lquieter beaches it is worth it.

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About magnetandsteel

This is a collaborative blog shared with my wife. We are recent transplants to Jacksonville from Knoxville, TN where we both went to college. Right now we plan on the blog to focus on our everyday passions like photography and cooking as well as the pop culture things we take in on a regular basis.
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