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... chimed in to give us his version of happy birthday. It was fun. Sonie opened her gifts. She wanted sunglasses, a wicker basket, some jean shorts, and jewelry. She got it all and more.
By 11:30am we were in Savannah, a short drive away from Hilton Head Island. As we turned the corner to get to ANdAZ Savannah Hotel, Sonie ran over the curve and wouldn’t you know there was a nail there to puncture her front tire. ...
... doors just so everything was symmetrical. After that we went up to the third floor of the house. This is where the three children's bedrooms were along with a gentleman's game room and water closet. They created holes in the floors so you could see where the holding tanks were from where the roof would catch rainwater and store it. I didn't think there were residential homes at that period of time that had running water in the building. It was a neat thing ...
... amp; lots of other handy features!
With all that done in the big city it was time for their first drive & camp for couple of days to get used to the motorhome & test everything out before embarking on their long drive to Calgary. We back tracked to Red Gate Campground in Savannah, Georgia. Our picturesque campsite was next to a pond with a sign that says "Beware of Alligators". We parked ...
... street corner, so soulful it gives you the chills, while old men tap their toes and light their cigars. And for the foodies and ghosties, this is your town! Savannah is notoriously haunted and often referred to as the most haunted city in America. Made increasing popular by several ghost hunting tv shows, the city attracts believers by the hundreds to experience cold breezes, orbs and if you're lucky an image on your camera of something unexplainable. As ...
... for 5 minutes. It looked like some sort of protest or something, I don't know - protesting that you can't marry your sister, or that the you can't own 350 guns, but 349 is alright. This is the south after all, and I'm not even going to pretend to understand how they think.
Pretty uneventful drive down here. except when we got to our accommodation, when road works meant that we had to lap the one way streets a couple of times ...