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... movement in 1964 gained momentum which led to the civil rights act. We gained lots of information but will we remember it tomorrow!. We left early afternoon driving north on the i95 for another 150 miles. We have now entered the state of Georgia having travelled 1700 miles in Florida.! We have done dozens of car parks, many turns,Maggie was bibbed by this huge lorry several ...
... still retains its historic roots. Today there are restaurants, art galleries and everything in between. We watched a hive of activity this morning as cargo ships entered the channel, trucks unloaded everything from liquids to clean linens to food supplies. We admired a sleek steely gray fibreglass yacht and watched tugboats bring in a cargo ship holding approximately 450 plus containers above deck. A lot of Chinese goods!
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... landed dead in the middle of a convention. We are the only people here not wearing a uniform. We have a gun so we fit right in on that one and thank you, thank you, thank you common sense for stopping me from purchasing herb at our last stop......lol
And here ends this leg of the saga..... Hope you enjoy it with us! Remember if you're reading this through facebook, you have to click on the travelpod link to read the comments on the pictures....
... service on. On our way we detoured and I found a shop with a yellow Labrador outside who beckoned us in. I bought a beautiful Bracelets for me and Becca with turquoise made by Tibetan refugees in India and a Labrador book for Dad at a shop called Frieze. I later wore the bracelet and my New Orleans choker at the Savannah Theatre tonight. We decided and had planned to have lunch at Mrs Wilkes Boarding House just around the corner. We knew we had to line up, we ...
... we unloaded the bikes and headed towards downtown. Our first stop was a pass through Colonial Park Cemetery, known as one of Savannah’s most haunted areas. It is the oldest burial grounds still designated as a cemetery in Savannah. After the cemetery we stopped in at Abe’s on Lincoln to grab a beer and take advantage of the open intoxicant laws in Savannah. We strolled down River St., beers in hand, and enjoyed the warm weather. After ...