This is the most photographed thing around here. There are probably already 539 zillion too many photos of it out there, so I photographed it again this morning because I thought the Gulf and the sky looked interesting. In ‘tourist lingo’ this is/was the Honeymoon Cottage,” which it never was. It was the Thomas’ guest house. Mr. Thomas’ wife was nicknamed Honey and so things eventually morphed in to Honeymoon. The winter storm which passed through here a few weeks ago was enough to take the sides of the little house down, and now these pilings are all that remains. I have heard some talk of trying to rebuild parts of it to give tourists something to photograph, but hopefully that will not come to pass.
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