Four Points by Sheraton Historic Savannah
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... going dry from drought and telling him, “It doesn’t take two of us to watch this place dry up. Go and get yourself a job.” So he did. After being a pest, or persistent, with a woman who was in charge of hiring, one day the woman said to him, “Is something wrong with you? I told you I would call you when there was a job available and you just keep coming back.” He said he told her nothing is wrong that a job wouldn’t fix. ...
... are used to. First there was a very fancy program, looking more like a magazine, and titled "A Service of Lessons and Psalms." Sure enough, most of the service was scripture readings and all the hymns were Psalms. A communion table ran the length of the aisle with benches alongside. Communion in Scottish tradition includes "fencing the table."
"Before the Lord’s Supper ...
... s because of the lack of clean roads in the
past days. Horses, animals, mud,...all of that was both smelly and
dirty. The steps gave you an opportunity to get a bit cleaner before
entering the house and the smell was not so bad being up a few feet. The
ones with entrances from their gardens only went up a ...
... piece of paradise on the Atlantic Ocean. We stayed at the Tybee Island Inn which is a historical building turned into a bed & breakfast with 5-6 rooms. The front “yard” was beautiful tropical gardens all shaded by a 200 year old live oak, covered is Spanish moss of course. Blake got some gorgeous pictures of the place and we immediately wanted to never leave! We took advantage of the quick five minute walk to the beach. The water was choppy but ...
... taking photos to try and get photos of orbs. I took two, of the information of the murder. It wasn't really my thing. The second location was in an old Shipping supplies store. The tour company had basically set it up so you go in and an actor starts telling you more ghost stories. I couldn't understand him half the time. He spoke to fast for me to pick up what he was saying.
Highlight: Doggie ...