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A little prologue to this entry...the 3rd/4th grade at our school has a tradition of sending off handmade travel mates to family or friends somewhere in the US. The recipients bring the travel mate along on their daily lives and/or travels, chronicling events and places in a travel diary, taking photos and sending messages back to the student who the travel mate belongs to. The students plot their travel mates journey on a map back at school and ...
Still a few more pictures to add in here. Some entries don't really have the need for or we don't have the photos for good representation of the area. The Savannah area however, is very photogenic and I don't want to deprive my readers of it's beauty!!! So, one more set then it's back to the business of serious writing.
... Evil" as Clary's drugstore. We walked through Chatham Square which was named for William Pitt; Earl of Chatham. At Forsyth Park, we walked past the Fountain, erected in 1858, and the Confederate Memorial. We walked through Whitefield, Troup, Columbia and Warren Squares. Located on Columbia Square, Kehoe House has been a home; a boarding house; a funeral parlor; and is now a four-star bed and breakfast. It was once owned by Joe Namath. After ...
... t recommend even 5 because you really need to look and enjoy the drive. One thing I loved (and probably appreciated more after my disaster in the smokies) was not having a lot of people on the drive. I was on that road maybe 2 hours and honestly I saw maybe 8 cars? And you can pull over anywhere along the drive so people could pass you easily. It was nice to take my time. Jym got bored with it and fell asleep but that was fine because I could just go at my ...
... is going to A&M next year (but not in the corps). They (Aggies) are everywhere!!!! We went back to the hotel and Colton went back out for karaoke and other fun.
Tuesday 7/9 Easy morning, then out to find lunch. We ate at Kayak Kafe, only salads because we had plans to go to Lady and Sons (Paula Deen's place) later for dinner at 4:30pm, and wanted to make sure we had a good appetite at that time. We walked over ...
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