Saturday, June 19, 2021

Savannah, Georgia

 We (My Cute Husband and I) just spent a wonderful 4 days in Savannah. What a beautiful historic district. There's is definitely "big city" stuff - construction, homeless, traffic, but the old buildings that have been saved and are now protected are just lovely. 

We visited the Juliette Gordon Low house ... home of the founder of Girl Scouts of America.

We even visited a Speakeasy in the Prohibition Museum and went on a Ghost Tour. Savannah is the most haunted city in the U.S. No ... we did not have an encounter. 

We spent 1 morning wandering around the Bonaventure Cemetery ... more visual beauty. I love walking through a cemetery - the history, it's all just so interesting.

AND - the Live Oaks dripping with Spanish Moss. I spent a lot of time walking around looking up.

It was hot but not unbearable, there was ice cream and great dinners and lots of water drinking. It was great to be out in the world, unplugged (mostly) and enjoying time together.


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