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... some kind of car show going on at the little shopping center I told you about yesterday so we decided to take Harley for a walk to help him dry off and get some exercise at the same time. The cars were primarily Japanese hot rods like Hondas, Acuras and Subarus. There were also some modern muscle cars like Mustangs and Challengers. One car in particular, caught our attention. It was a Crown Victoria that was raised and had huge wheels and tires on it. ...
... concert by a fellow from SCAD Savannah College of Art and Design - singing songs of the Civil war and including a couple (one Moon River) by Savannah son Johnny Mercer - a most enjoyable wake-up!!
Off to one of the historic house Green-Meldrum which Col Sherman used for his office at the end of thewar! - very comfortable, beautiful colours and currently owned by the next door episcopal church (Canadian minister) and where ...
... of two and half hours, we had time to see the countryside change as we have moved further south, it had changed from forest to a more tropical jungle like feel. There is now also a very southern feel to the landscape which came along with the heat, lots of Savannah and marshlands replacing the verdant grasslands of the more Northern States.
We arrived in Savannah at about 6:30pm crossing a ...
... our way. Savannah's main area was actually quite small but very detailed with various places dotted around the town, so we were recommend to do one of the carriage tours to see the most. They gave us a lot of information on the tour, and saw places from Forrest Gump film, one the most haunted houses in North America, and all sorts! Just as the tour was ending however the heavens opened up, and it bucketed down, so we made a ...
We learned that she started calling her parents
by their first names when she was six and that she trained chickens to
walk backwards! And that she was one sassy young lady! The sad part of
her story is that O'Connor died of cancer (lupus, I think it was) at a
fairly young age.
We had a group picture taken on her front steps. Several of us bought t-shirts or copies ...