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... talk about a heart attack waitin' to happen...biscuits, fried chicken and gravy! The town basically shuts down at 6 - on a Saturday night! - but we strolled (great southern term) along to the Grey Diner - a refurbished/redone Greyhound bus terminal and grabbed a seat at the bar for wine and cheese and meat plates. Yup...it was a great beginning to a wonderful weekend!! The plan for tomorrow...a stop at LULU's, a yummy breakfast and Tybee Island. We should probably start the day with a ...
... The layout of a square and eight surrounding blocks was known as a "ward." The original plan (now known as the Oglethorpe Plan) allowed for growth of the city and thus expansion of the grid; additional squares were added during the 18th and 19th centuries, and by 1851 there were 24 squares in the city. In the 20th century, three of the squares were demolished or altered beyond recognition, leaving 21. In 2010, one of the three "lost" squares, Ellis, ...
... his feet shod..And several others used for pulling wagons.
Magnolia was not so much a plantation as a grand summer house which was soon turned into a 'destination' by boat from Savannah a lovely Sunday outing - camelia's in bloom pink, red/white and white also cherry blossoms just starting - ....lots of birds including a couple of Canada geese and a big alligator sunning himself on this rather cool day.....lovely old old ...
... out and get abit of a tan. We ended up ordering pizza and having a room party that night - and getting in trouble for making way to much noise. Also got threatened that we would all get kicked out of the hotel so early night it was and heading into Florida tomorrow. I also got a haircut in Savannah ...
The day we left Savannah was a very busy one, leaving us little time to mourn. We had to unpack our clothes and food and valuables and load our rental car so we could drive to Greenback. We then had to prep the captain we had hired to bring Calliope to Pensacola once she was seaworthy. (We knew we could not make the trip ourselves because of other events taking place in our lives at this time.) We also had to be present as the boat was hauled out of the water and ...