Howard Johnson Inn Beaufort / Parris Island
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... and 47% of the population lives below the poverty line. When agriculture turned to machinery and corporations, the fields no longer needed human hands, the railroads aren't what they used to be, and all the classic downtown areas are shuttered ghost towns thanks to the Walmarts along the highway. It's eerie, sad and puts American poverty in the spot light.
Georgia will be on my mind for a very long time.
Yesterday was a gorgeous day for going to the Serpentarium. If you want to know about reptiles this is the place to go! Especially snakes. I could not possibly go anywhere near them. Does not bother Nia, Ruby or Nonno! Jessica's toes were curling the whole time! She was beside herself as the snakes are outside in fenced in areas but you are looking down on them, like they are right there. The "fences" are curved walls with ...
... through the salt marshes. The tide was out and the kids couldn't believe all the tiny crabs going in and out of the holes in the sand. We walked on a beautiful boardwalk and on the guides suggestion tasted some of the local vegetation. We couldn't believe how salty it was. Cohen thought it was great and asked the man if he could climb down with him so he could eat more. ...
... 56) and breezy but absolute perfection. This is the reason to travel!
During low tide we searched the shoreline for shells and shark teeth. After returning a couple of live sand dollars back to the ocean, we were rewarded with a beautiful one that was dead. No shark teeth today, but we have until Tues.
The woody continues to be quite a draw. That has allowed us to meet amazing people . . . . from as far away as Germany.
... were constructed after the war and contained the powder magazines. A vast improvement over the prior design.
Overall, I'd rate this site as a "Must See" if you are traveling in the area. We'll be reporting from the City of Savannah tomorrow. Thanks for tagging along with us. A special thanks to those of you who made comments and sent emails after my veiled threat yesterday. ;0)