27 State Street Bed and Breakfast
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After leaving Florida we headed for Georgia. It was difficult saying good bye to the family! We decided to head to Little Talbot Island and stayed in the state campground. We boarded the ferry which took us across to the state campground. It was a very overgrown campground filled with beautifully colored, huge spiders!!! Next, we headed into Savannah. We stayed in a nice little campground just outside of town. We took the city tour of ...
... one. I thought California was bad, but this is really something.
We did some exploring around the park with Harley this morning and took one of the three paved trails that winds through the wooded areas. The trail we took actually came around behind where we are staying and there is a huge grass area between our campground and a primitive camping area. We let Harley off leash and he liked the freedom.
Today we headed off ...
... Canadian. We chatted our way over to the first stop and ventured out.
Downtown Charleston is lovely, each area with its own charm and style. I did not take a lot of photos because I wanted to take in what was around me and appreciate that I was there again, in a city I love. Flower gardens are blooming and window boxes are full. Spring has arrived in full force. The horse drawn carriages overflow with tourists who listen intently to their guides with ...
... Place. I had shrimp and grits which I had been looking forward to and John had the seafood casserole. We did a quick walk through the City Market, an interesting place to browse.
The motor coach picked us up near there and we began our exploration of the historic ...
... At night the fire from the fort stopped, but the Confederates still lobbed an occasional shell into Sumter. On Saturday, April 13, the fort was surrendered and evacuated. During the attack, the Union colors fell.
Lt. Norman J. Hall risked life and limb to put them back up, burning off his eyebrows permanently. A Confederate soldier bled to death having been wounded by a misfiring cannon. One Union soldier died and another ...