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A detail view of the Corps of Engineers survey mark.

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There's a second mark on the rock at Pass-a-Grille, this one a bit more recent and detailed.

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Here's a detail view of the George T. Ward Poppas Point marker in Pass-a-Grille. I can't find any detail on either Ward or Poppas Point online. Ironically, there seems to be no permanent reference to Poppas Point or George T. Ward. Sort of weird, actually.

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At first I was a bit frustrated with this couple because I couldn't get them out of the frame as I tried to snap a pic of this marker. Then I realized how much I liked the composition.

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Some of the rocks on the pier have carvings in them. You couldn't miss the giant PAM carved into this one. Made me think of our Pam, of course, so I snapped a pic and sent it to her.

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I found a perfect sand dollar–no chips or anything. Unfortunately, I put it in my pocket and forgot about it. It was crushed to bits by the time I got home, maybe the seatbelt in the car or something. Lesson learned for the next time I find one.

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After breakfast at the Sea Horse in Pass-a-Grille, we went shelling on the beach for a bit.