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I had left the family back in Florida four and a half weeks ago so I could go back to Boston to close up loose ends medically, professionally and say my farewells to my family and friends. Though I wanted to be with David and the kids through their journey, I had my own matters to attend. During my final weeks in Boston, I was able to stay with some close friends and get my quality ...
... There are so many beautiful squares where you can stop and sit on a bench under the trees.
We went back to the hotel room and then headed to the airport to pick up Colton. The airport was only about 20 miles away. It was great to see him! The three of us headed back to the hotel, stopping briefly at the Cambria Inn to make reservations for Wednesday night (when we come back from Hinesville, GA, where Fort Stewart ...
... have equal size plots, etc. Each square is unique.
Many of the old homes have incredible ironwork, a common feature to Savannah architeture. The intricacy of the work is breathtaking.
And the trees....omg...The crape myrtles are in bloom and they have left me awestruck. The blooms, the bark, everything about this tree is spectacular! Like the oaks, they have spanish moss draping them, but the effect, with ...
... the kids sitting on the porch from the kitchen as they chowed down on chili. Kody even made his own creation of a chili burgher which consisted of a few spoons of chili spread between two hamburger buns. I personally think it’s a Manwich, but his version looks much tastier. Noel finally started to eat by gobbling down 3 Gogurts and a bowl of chili. For someone whose tummy has been hurting, she ate a lot of chili for lunch (although she did managed ...
... model itself on the values of the new American republic) and Poland. Of these, the most prominent individual in Savannah is undoubtably a Pole - Casimar Pulaski.
Pulaski - an aristocrat who fled Poland after a failed campaign against the Russians - was one of the most dashing figures of the war. He single-handedly founded the US cavalry, convincing a sceptical George Washington of its importance by, so the story goes, firing his pistol against a target, throwing it to ...