The scene was dramatic. My friends and I had descended down a steep bluff to a narrow beach facing Nassau Sound. Across the water was Amelia Island State Park; behind us tall live oak and cedar trees towered over both saw palmettos and, farther below, sand. On the beach lay the bleached trunks and branches of equally large trees, giving rise to the name “Boneyard Beach.”
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