Last weekend, Boyfriend and I were invited to a party on Big Talbot Island. My memories of BTI are fond — my grandparents used to take me, baby sister and best friend (who may as well have been my sister) camping there every year. It’s been years since those camping days, however, so I was excited to go back to BTI and rediscover all it has to offer.
The party was hosted at a house owned by North Florida Land Trust, and boy was it a gorgeous location! The house sits on a 4-ish acre property nestled in the woods on the bank of the Mud River with the most beautiful, tranquil view from the dock. Seriously, it was amazing.
After exploring the property and helping with some party prep, we took a quick five minute drive down to the Driftwood Boneyard beach. It’s a sight to see — oak and cedar trees on the dunes fall onto the beach as the dunes erode. The trees literally cover the beach (and make for some awesome pictures).
We headed back to the house for an awesome party, where some of us had a little too much tequila (I’m not saying who!). Regardless of the hangovers, it was an awesome day, and we’ll certainly return soon for more exploring sometime.