East Bay Inn
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... this campground.
We had planned to drive straight to Savannah tomorrow, but have discovered an interesting back road called the “Antebellum Trail” which has well preserved towns that missed the destruction of General Sherman’s scorched earth run through Georgia in the Civil War.Will report tomorrow…
April 16: Day 11 361844 to 362202 358 kms. Madison, Georgia
Well, so much for no more long drives, but it ...
... and it was amazing. We listened to a taped explanation of the temple and then the tour guide took us up on the altar which is called something else. We saw a Torah that was written on deerskin in the 2700's. There were plaques around the room with lists of names. Some of the names had lights on beside them and that indicated that it was the anniversary of their death.The latest date I saw was 1953. The columns throughout the church appear to be ...
Drove to Savannah today. We took a 90 min. bus tour around the city which gave a good overview of historic Savannah. We had lunch at a restaurant in the city market area and enjoyed the live musical entertainment. After taking a bit of time to revisit some of the areas we saw on the tour, we drove to Hilton Head. First we ...
... we were afloat. At that point we knew we would be okay since we would be long gone before we hit low tide again.
We spent a most pleasant night at our anchorage on the New Teakettle. The view was spectacular. There was not another house, boat or human being insight. There was nothing but miles of grass and river and wildlife. It was so quiet and peaceful. First Mate remembered her friend, the Good Captain, talking about her experience of the New Teakettle when she had to ...
... hungry after the small $10 salad and found a Pizza joint I was going to check out anyway and bought a $4 piece of pizza which was really good.
The rest of the time I sat in my cabin or on the porch of my cabin and enjoyed the hell out of it - this is where the pictures come in. Went out in a row boat, first time in decades. Took me a bit to get the swing of rowing.
On my way out of Savannah, the day I left, tried to get into Mrs. ...