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... enchanted with Savannah. The town was designed with a pretty efficient grid system in place (thank you! I am so sick of the European urban layouts with windy and curving streets). The city was planned around roughly 25 public squares, most of which have some benches, shade, and many even have monuments, usually dedicated to some Confederate general...they do that a lot in these parts. The live oak trees envelop the streets ...
... giving him ownership of the property. Today the remaining ruined foundation walls are the oldest standing structures in the Savannah area.
Jones played a key role in the colony's development doing a variety of things from tithingman, to Indian agent to constable. He finally died in 1775 leaving the estate to his daughter Mary Jones Bulloch. It then went to her brother Noble Wimberly Jones after she died. He rarely saw the property ...
... happen unfortunately. We finished up at a haunted pub where the top 3 levels of the pub have been closed off due to people getting scratched and pushed down the stairs etc. :/ still not a believer though. We even went downstairs in a restricted area where someone was killed... Still nothing! The night finished off at a karaoke bar playing pool and singing "we come from a land down under" :) We meet some ...
... a swamp in terms of humidity. So, in addition to the mechanical work needed to make the boat functional, the AC had to be replaced. Not fixed but replaced. Talk about a money pit. This boat was starting to be a real one. Nonetheless, in spite of our boat woes and the fact that our adventure had come to an end, what a terrific time we had in Savannah. We ate out, we went sight seeing, bike riding and just soaked up the company of our children. All in all, It was a wonderful way to end ...
... I'm sure all seven of our grandchildren and one great will get a big kick out of that.
Have not been to Savannah for at least 20 years. Rita, our niece, lived here years back. It was such a warm and sunny day when we took the Carriage ride through the historic areas, enjoying the beautiful scenery and antebellum homes. Our driver ...