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... Savannah Old Town Trolley car for a day of 'hop on, hop off' exploration.
Fortunately today, the weather conditions were much improved. It was only 29 deg C and the humidity had dropped significantly to 98%! This is a pretty brutal place. The upside is that plants love it and everything is green!
Let's cover some key facts...Savannah is the 13th and last colony and fourth State of the USA. It has the ...
... little Havana which was ****. On the highway, a huge thunder storm began, opening the heavens above with the heaviest rain I've ever witnessed. We had the wipers on full speed an driving at 20mph were struggling to see the car 10 metres in front of us! Huge bolts of fork lightning were striking down all around us, at one point one came down just behind us hitting the street light making the biggest cracking sound that made all of us brick ...
... Hope that it posts. Have become a handyman out of necessity. Unclogged the potty today. Have gotten our water connection so that it is easier to connect. Will be fixing our shower enclosure soon. Joan did go to the pot luck, but did not eat. On the road, ...
We got to Savannah on Friday afternoon. We were really hoping for nice warm weather and it is just not coming our way. The cool rainy weather seems to be chasing us! It is a good thing that we are only staying a few days in Savannah as our campground this time is very basic. We had to buddy up with another camper that was gone for the weekend, Derrell and Fon had to do the same. The campground is nestled in the old ...
... its streets (true story, the power company still finds bodies underneath them to this day) is ghoulish enough in my book anyday.
All in all, I'm glad we ended up staying in Savannah. The Historic District is beautiful, a ton of history, and wonderful people. However, I don't see us getting back there anytime soon. The city has had its fair share of hardships between wars, fires, and depression and it shows as soon as you step one foot out of the Historic District.