20 Years From Now...

"20 YEARS FROM NOW," Mark Twain said, “you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than the ones you did.”THIS online journal is dedicated to our next 20 years!

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Shell Island Nature Preserve


Shell Island is a barrier island located just east of St. Andrew's State Park and is only accessible by water. John kayaked there yesterday, and took these amazing photos.


For over 300 years, Shell Island has attracted visitors to its unspoiled shores. 


Early Spanish Conquistadors who sailed these waters in search of treasure and safe harbor reported seeing thatched-roof villages and tall Indians along beaches of sparkling sands.


Today it is best known for its seven and a half miles of pristine beach, clear water, and many types of shell not often found on the more developed shores of Panama City Beach.


Its coves provide a natural sanctuary to dolphins, crabs, turtles and fish.


Another perfect day capped off by a glorious sunset in paradise at Latitude 30!



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