The Captain Morse House

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When you are traveling to a place you have never been before (or even if you haven’t been lately) it helps to know what the locals know.
Below are a series of blog posts that will help to make the most of your visit to the Captain Morse House. 

Carnegie Ruins
Video of Cumberland Island
Want a little taste of what your visit to Cumberland Island will be?  Take a moment to look at this
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A Great Walk With A Dog in St. Marys, Georgia
Our dogs are our kids.  We do have other real kids, but they are grown now (in years, anyway), have
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Get Creative! Take a Class at Lucy Gunn’s
As an artist myself, anything creative is is an added plus to my vacation plans.  I scope out the art gallery
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A Little Bit Of History in St. Marys, Georgia
As the second oldest city in the U.S., there isn’t a little bit of history in St. Marys, but a
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A Note about Service Fees
If you’ve searched for a vacation rental in the past year, you may have noticed it is much more difficult
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Kayaking St. Marys
Paddle on the St. Marys River, along the marshes and through the harbor.    Dolphins and Otters are common sights
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Coming for a Wedding?
Attending a wedding in St. Marys? It’s no surprise. Every year, the Captain Morse House hosts many guests and wedding
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Cumberland Island
Cumberland Island Visitor Information
Winter 2017/18 Cumberland Ferry Times The ferry service from St. Marys, Georgia to Cumberland Island National Seashore during winter 2017/2018
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low country boil
Where To Eat
Fresh seafood.  It is synonymous with any visit to Coastal Georgia. You can’t get any fresher seafood than in St.
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Kings Bay Naval Base
Kings Bay Naval Base, for those who are not familiar, is located 10 minutes west of St. Marys. The Submarine
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