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A little sleep in this morning, but we wanted to get out early coz it was going to be 36 degrees with about 93% humidity. Just a little bit uncomfortable. Tammy and I got back on the trolley and because we sat on the right side yesterday, we sat on the left today.
Jones Street must be one of the most picturesque. The trees create a shady canopy and the houses are gorgeous. So wish we could have seen inside them. We ...
... the street tho, the rain was very heavy for that short time. Typical tropical weather.
After our seafood dinner, which was awesome by the way, we wandered down River Street. It has lots of restaurants, bars, shops, souvenirs etc. I bought a couple of tops.
The sun decided to come out again which made everything even more humid than it was before.
... surface.) And, once we get Calliope home, we hope to be building a new house on our dream lot which became available just a few weeks ago and contributed the premature end of the Great Loop Adventure (making us Half Looped, instead of Completely Looped!) While building a home is perhaps a more sedate adventure than cruising the ocean, it will no doubt have its own gratifying moments.
And so ends our Great Adventure. Is there anything more to say? The Captain and First Mate ...
... no ordinary ghost tour however - we would be riding through the city in an open top hearse! My guide for this tour was Peg Leg Ron with a southern accent so thick I had no idea what was going on half the time. He punctuated his monologue with a wickedly evil laugh and had plenty of spooky stories to share.
The next day I had my heart set on visiting an old plantation just out of town. By car this would have been an easy 10 minute ...
... much like the Murray River in Australia, is an active shipping port. It has over 2,300 vessels unloading cargo at the port in Savannah and this afternoon we watched a cargo ship from the Panama navigate the rather narrow river. During the 1970’s an urban renewal project transformed abandoned cotton warehouse space along the riverfront into the colourful array of shops, galleries, restaurants and boutiques that exist ...
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