I visited False Cape State Park over the weekend, and was pleasantly surprised. I had read about it, and couldn't imagine what it would be like. I arrived on an old school bus from First Landing State Park, approximately 30 minutes away. Then I transferred to the "Terra Gator", which was a cross between a school bus and an armored vehicle that would be used in Iraq of Afghanistan. The tires on it were almost as tall as I am, and VERY wide, to roll on sand. We crossed the dunes and rode down the beautiful beach, where we observed many seagulls and pelicans, and stopped for shell-hunting. A friend of mine found a perfect, though medium-size, grey Conch shell !!! The driftwood on the beach from winter storms made great backdrops for gorgeous photos. We had a box lunch at the visitor's center, then rode a tram to a walking path. We hiked for about 20 minutes, and made our way to an old cemetery and church steeple. Our tour guide was very helpful, and allowed us to rest when needed. We spotted egrets, blue herons and Cotton Mouths swimming in a canal beside the road. Thanks False Cape for a wonderful day, as part of Women's Wellness Weekend.
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