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November is the most wonderful time of year on the Georgia coast. The temperatures range from 70’s during the day followed by crisp, cool nights in the 50’s. Most of the bugs have moved south or into hibernation, and the majority of the tourists have headed home. I lived in Savannah for 13 years and the Fall was my favorite time to hit the beaches of Tybee, as well as the beaches and inland waters of the islands just off the coast. It’s a great time to be out and about, in search of  shark’s teeth and shells, birdwatching from the dunes, or photographing the historical architecture and beauty of Daufuskie Island. it’s also a great time to get back into Covid-free nature and rejuvenate ourselves before winter.

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We’ll stay on Tybee Island. A communal House for gatherings in the afternoons and evenings, projections of our work, portfolio reviews, and great conversations has been rented. For student accommodations, Tybee has lots of good, safe, clean hotels and AirBnBs for your choosing. Many right on the beach, and with off-season rates this time of year. If you’d like to share a hotel room or an AirBnB just let me know and I’ll put you together with another student seeking the same.

Sundial Charter Tours will be our private tour guide. Sundial is owned and operated by my old friend Captain René Heidt, a woman who knows these islands’ history, ecology, flora, and fauna like the back of her hand. She and her captains will guide us on private tours of Little Tybee and Daufuskie Island.