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Survival Tips for St. Pat’s

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Survival Tips for St. Patrick’s Day  This is a big party weekend for everyone on Tybee and Savannah, Georgia and after surviving roughly 36 of these celebrations I have a few pointers that can ensure your survival. Some of you will be bringing your children out with you to enjoy the parade, others will use […]

Single’s Guide to V-Day

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Single’s Guide to V-Day Weekend on Tybee For lovers across the country, Valentine’s Day weekend is a rose-tinted celebration of romance, complete with fragrant flowers, decadent chocolates, candle-lit dinners, and all the extra pomp. V-day brings with it the promise of an amorous evening spent in the warm embrace of the one you love, but […]

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Where to Get Creative

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Where to Get Creative on Tybee Tybee Island isn’t just a prime destination for surfers, vacationers and retirees, the pristine barrier isle is a great place for creative minds too. The island’s natural beauty alone sparks the imagination, but Tybee has a whole lot more to offer in terms of creative places and spaces. Whether […]

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Tybee Jobs Available

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The 2016 season is upon our little island and it’s busier than ever. If you think working on Tybee would be a good fit please take a look at these Tybee Jobs that are now available.   Tybee Jobs Available Tybee Island Info Hut Visit Tybee is currently seeking part time staff for the Tybee Island […]

Survivin’ Pirate Fest

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Survivin’ Pirate Fest by: Scurvy McGillywhiskers Welcome aboard a weekend that be anythin’ but ordinary, filled wit merriment, spiced grog, ‘n hot wenches stuffed in tiny corsets!! Tis be a place whar imagination be free to take flight, magic may exist once again, ‘n ye can forget reality fer a few short days or hours dependin’ on how much a ruckas ye can handle. Thar be […]

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Beachcombing on Tybee

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Beachcombing on Tybee Island Have you ever found something on the beach that you couldn’t identify? It appeared to be a creature of some kind, but you just weren’t sure! In the olden days, we had to go to the library or pull out the home encyclopedia to do a little research, but now we […]

Living on Tybee Time

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Tybee 101 Lesson #1 – The locals don’t care how things are done in other places. Tybee has always been known for being unique, quirky, funky, off-beat, and any other word you can think of that means “different.” You can make suggestions, lobby for changes, and tear your hair out, but you probably won’t be […]

Independence Tybee Style

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Tybee Fireworks July 4th 2016 What better way to celebrate your independence from the kingdom of Great Britain than with a stunning fireworks display on Tybee Island? I mean, sure…the British are great. Without them there would be no Monty Python, Faulty Towers, lawn mowers, or even chocolate bars but this is ‘Merica the Land of […]

*!& % TYBEE TRAFFIC

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*!& % TYBEE TRAFFIC Almost everybody loves going to the beach! Time spent by the ocean is relaxing yet invigorating, and many people plan all year for their beach vacations. Tybee is a quaint little island, with more than 3000 people living on three square miles. It is primarily zoned single-family residential, with a few […]

Tybee Slang

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I was recently having a conversation with a tourist about Tybee’s past settlers and their languages. The island has had numerous settlers with languages from Native American to Korean and Spanish.  I was asked “What language is most spoken on Tybee today?” Some say “Tybeenian” and some say “Tybeenese”. Regardless of the language, we have lots of […]

Get the most out of Tybee

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People often ask themselves “How can i get the most out of my vacation on Tybee?” The answer is live like a local or better know as a “Tybidiot” while you are here. When you cross the Lazaretto Creek bridge you enter the “Tybee Time” time zone. Tybee Time zone is where people don’t revolve their lives around a clock, and enjoy their daily activities at a […]

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Feeding Seagulls

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Your toes are in the sand, you can hear the sound of the waves crashing onto the beach, your rum drink is icy cold and delicious, but right as you go to take a bite of that sub sandwich you brought with you to the beach- a large flock of Tybee seagulls descend upon you with […]

Tybee Island Pirate Fest

How to Dress Like a Pirate

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Yarrrr….Our 10th Annual Tybee Island Pirate Fest is fast approaching! Taking place October 9th-12th, 2014, ye will be wanting to attend if a little high seas fantasy is your cup of tea. There are always activities for the kids, great music, a parade, fireworks, and so much more. One thing that can be a little […]

Packing a Lunch for the Beach

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If you are taking the time to plan for a beach day on Tybee, chances are you are going to be there for the long haul. Inevitably, you will get hungry. Here are some tips for what you should pack in your cooler and bring to the beach to ensure maximum fun on a full […]

Enjoy a Cold Day at Tybee

How to Enjoy a Cold Day at Tybee

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It’s really not that warm outside but don’t let that stop you from heading out to the beach! The cooler temperatures actually bring opportunities that are missed when the weather heats up. So throw on a couple extra layers and have some fun! Here’s How to Enjoy a Cold Day at Tybee! Picture taking is incredible […]