DoubleTree by Hilton Savannah Historic District
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We caught the I-95 and began our trek. The weather was warm and a bit humid but it was quite cloudy. The forecast did not call for any rain. As we traveled north we began to see billboards (what else is new) advertising Florida fruit. One sign had 'Ice Cold Peach Cider’ advertised and for some reason it really sounded good. Cheryl called ahead to see if they had RV parking and the lady said that there was, but there were a lot of cars in ...
... along the Riverfront and shop and eat. It was so nice. I got a large caramel apple and went out to sit and watch the boats go by. The weather was beautiful and the view was even better.
We visited the childhood home of Flannery O'Connor where
we learned that she was a terrible speller, yet she grew up to become a
famous writer! Her short stories and novels are even considered
We are here - pulled in early March 18 to
Skidaway Island State Park. Pulled off the Jeep and drove
around until we found the perfect spot to live for a couple of weeks.
But first, we cozied up to the dump station (our first time)
before pulling into slip 5. We are all set up and looking
forward to exploring ...
... company). While it's been good experience for, it was difficult to be so far from the people most important than me. I recently encountered an opportunity which will allow me to move back to Los Angeles and work for a new company. So, on May 2nd I will start working for GAF, a manufacturer of asphalt roofing shingles.
The last year and half of my life has been highly mobile. I traveled ...
... unusual for the era. One evening during a party, his second wife caught him in a room in the carriage house with his slave Molly, as the guide put it, "reading a book". Another custom of the era. The second wife took umbrage with this, went to the third story of the house and jumped off the balcony, killing herself in front of all the guests. As was not the custom.
Not too long after the suicide, Molly turned up hanging ...