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- just started this book, essentially about the New Great Game.....starting at the turn of the century - now sitting on a bench beside the Shipyard Golfcourse, with my attached coffee....testing Travelpod's off-line capability and it's ability to upload short ...
... museum with explanation of the history of the area. We watched a short movie about the first inhabitants. In 1733 Noble Jones and his family were among 114 other English colonist to land about 8 miles south of where Savannah is now. He was a surveyor, physician and carpenter and helped establish Isle of Hope. He helped survey the land and was able to lease one of the 500 acre lots which he called Wormsloe after similarly named places back in ...
... in a boil pot and is a highly recommended southern meal here.
The seafood is all very fresh as Savannah isn't far inland from the coast.
We are staying here tonight before heading inland on our way back to Orlando. Just to drive through random places and see some of what the countryside has to offer. The main destination is the Ocala national wildlife park with springs, and a large variety wildlife ranging from birds, to turtles, deer, bears ...
... we continued down town.
This area is quite beautiful, full of grand Southern homes and the streets are lined with oak trees draped in Spanish moss. The walk only took us about 15 minutes, and we reached the river district, with shops lined up facing the Savannah River. We browsed the tourist shops and visited the Savannah Candy Kitchen, full of wicked sugary treats. There was a wall of lollies and a separate room ...
... pictures off while on the tour.
We decide to go back to Tondees Tavern for more baby back ribs, they were so good we wanted them again. We run into Christine, the lady from Virginia, in the street and discuss how we all spent our day.
Paul says I fell asleep at the dinner table tonight while he was talking to me...I probably did.