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Donald and Duncan were in heaven today after they learned after their first 18 holes that they could have lunch and do it all again for free! They golfed at Oyster Reef, (which Duncan couldn't pronounce Oyster!) I went on the shuttle to the beach and then to the resort's pool. The surf was very calm today compared to yesterday which was a little disappointing. (MB has great surf all the time!) I finished one book and started another. It was a relaxing day for ...
... 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....
... at just after 2:00. Inez and Klaas went for a nap and w. And I went back to Whole Foods for supper fixings....we bought salad greens, shredded carrots, cuts, marinated roasted. Engines, some cheese and turkey. Eat and some dessert. We still have 2 bottles of wine plus the scotch to finish so we will enjoy tonight's supper. Tomorrow we will take I and K to Atlanta airport and go to Athens for 3 days in the mountains and central Georgia ...
... would not be surprised. Savannah holds its founder in the highest regard - one James Oglethorpe. He was born in Godalming and was the MP for Haslemere!! He went to the new world in the 1730's and founded not only the city, but the great state of Georgia and was an early champion of the anti slavery abolitionist movement. He is viewed as a hero here in Georgia and rightly so - Savannah is still the third biggest port in the ...
We are really enjoying the charm of the southern state cities and today we spent time in Savannah, Georgia. The city is known as the Hostess City of the South, welcoming visitors to its cobblestoned streets and unique coastal setting.
Sheltered beneath a thick canopy of live oak trees, dripping with Spanish moss, the city’s National Landmark Historic district showcases world class antebellum, Victorian, ...