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Travel Blogs from Savannah
... and I commented expertly on the tobacco fields lining the road. These turned out to be soy bean fields, but no matter. We bought peanuts at twice the supermarket price at a little roadside shop, Mrs Henry engaging the shop owner in conversation about Joh Bjelke Petersen and the peanut industry in Kingaroy, Queensland, more generally.
“Maaah, aaah had no aaah dear Oz-tria was a pee nut proh dooser, is that a fact, yes, indee-dee”, responded ...
... banks of the marsh lands..... This just made our day.;) .... happy faces, so exciting seeing these big beasts.. Arrived at our hotel room .....waited until it started to pour out of the heavens to decide to go out for dinner..... David being a true gentleman dropped me off right at the door, no wading through the puddles for me. :) Tonight we booked a 4 day cruise to the Bahamas ;) ;) happy ...
... great. We only did one of the three tours and it took about two and a half hours. We learned tonnes and could go at our own pace.
Savannah was the first planned city in the Americas. It was founded by Gen. James Oglethorpe in January, 1733. The original planned called for 24 squares. The first six were built by Oglethorpe between1733 and 1736. Eventually all 24 squares were built and today make ...
... bed bugs bite" originated from. People would often stuff their mattresses with bug invested Spanish moss and sew it up tight to keep the critters inside. Delightful!
Later Chris and I headed back for a nap/chill out session at the ol' Thunderbird. Refreshed we met back up with L&M for the World of Beer, a Hotel Rooftop bar and then some delicious Pizza at Vinnie Van Go Go's.
A much better day of meals today. :)
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 ...