Our Amelia Island Adventure

Kari and I took off on a weekend trip to Amelia Island. Here’s a quick look at our adventure!

First, we rented bikes to ride around the island. Here we are just before we started riding.

We rode along the beach until we came to this beautiful bed and breakfast. It was called the Elizabeth Point Lodge.


  After that, we rode our bikes into Fort Clinch State Park. It was a gorgeous ride and we ended up at the pier. We walked to the end of the pier in the wind and rain, but it was so worth it!

After exploring the north end of the island, we rode to the south end. While riding, we came up to the Ritz-Carlton, the Fernandina Beach Golf Club, and some gorgeous homes.

After the 22 mile ride around the island, we checked into the hotel, cleaned up, and went out to dinner. Barbara Jean’s was so good! Then, we rode around and caught a few pictures of the sunset over the inter-coastal and the Amelia Island Plantation.

Finally, we visited the marina and saw some spectacular yachts! Here’s a picture of just one of the many that were docked there.

Saturday morning, we woke up to a beautiful sunrise and the beach! It was a wonderful weekend getaway and we can’t wait to do it again soon!

3 thoughts on “Our Amelia Island Adventure

  1. TAMMY C. McFARLAND says:

    I WISH I HAD HAD A SISTER TO SHARE LIFES JOURNEY WITH. ( OR EVEN A BROTHER BUT MY BROTHER IS LOST…AND WITHOUT THE LORD…:( …) I DO HAVE A AWESOME MAN OF GOD TO SHARE OUR LIFE WITH AND I AM THANKFUL FOR HIM AND HIS LOVE FOR GOD TOO. I ADMIRE EACH ONE OF YOU CRUMMEY GIRLS… YOU ARE ALL SO TALENTED IN DIFFERENT WAYS.. I TOO, AM LOOKING FIRWARD TO READING AND FOLLOWING THIS BLOG !!! MAY GOD BLESS AND KEEP YOU AND ALWAYS LEAD YOU IN HIS DIRECTION…
    LOVE TAMMY McFARLAND

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