Joan's on Jones B & B
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... and Hawks/Giants and Packers games.
Thought we might spend a week here but tomorrow, we will drive back to Edisto Island to spend the week at the quiet state park on the beach relaxing and re-energizing before the next phase. It's more isolated and relaxed. This place is pretty but a little too upscale for our budget and too many people. My aren't we just turning into the recluses?
Here are some photos from our stay.
We drove the last few miles full and happy to Wormsloe State Historic Site but were surprised when we got to the large arched gate. There were a couple of people on a ladder doing what we thought was repair work. Sheree jumped out to take a picture and of course talked to the people. The woman said they were leaving in a moment and that the "sign" would only be there over night. What sign? Above on the arch were the words ...
We woke up and went and had breakfast with his friends at their big gay orgy house that doubled as an art studio. Some of the guys here were really nice, but the other ones gave me weird vibes. One guy was playin one Taylor swift song on repeat for literally 40 minutes, while dancing around in his undies.
They are all active members of the gay community in Savannah (something I really wasn't used to) so it made me feel a little uneasy. I ...
... walk from here. As we left the B&B, we got a little shower which was cool and cooling. But the more we walked, the heavier it got, until it was pouring when we got to the shop. As usual, there was a line out the front which took us 15 minutes to get to the front of. After walking in the rain and a 15 minute wait, this ice cream had to be the best we'd ever had. Now, I'm no ice cream expert, but Ben and Jerry's was better than ...
... Afterwards we decided to grab some ice cream at Leopold’s. Leopold’s is a Savannah landmark that served their “VeriBest” ice cream from 1919 until 1969 and then reopened using the same recipes in 2004. A son of one of the three original owners reopened it after a career in Hollywood. The new shoppe was designed by an Academy Award nominated designer using a number of fixtures from the original shop that were kept in storage to ...