Mini Trips, Stay-cations, Weekenders or whatever you want to call them are great ways to catch your breath for moment and recharge a bit. 1-3 days away from the mundane and/or stressful things in life can be so essential to your health. Plus, it's a great way to visit the local wanders and/or hidden gems of your city or state. With that begin said, I took a mini trip to Georgia's Tybee Island for 3 days.
Tybee Island is a barrier island and small city near Savannah, Georgia. It’s known for its wide, sandy beaches, including South Beach, with a pier and pavilion. In the island’s north, Fort Screven has 19th-century concrete gun batteries and the Tybee Island Light Station and Museum. The still-functioning 18th-century lighthouse has been rebuilt many times. The museum, in Battery Garland, focuses on local history.
Here are a few pictures.