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... store which we had a hard time finding. The developers and planners did a great job preserving the trees on the island and you cannot see the stores from the roads most of the time so smart phone maps and GPS really help navigation.
So we spent the afternoon walking around Pinckney National Wildlife refuge where Sraddha saw some new birdies. Then, Saturday evening watching fun college football games and today (Sunday) watching the ...
... The salt marsh produces more food for the environment than rain forests. The green grass that dominates the marsh is called salt marsh cord grass. When the cord grass dies each winter and decomposes, its nutrients are released into the marsh mud, creeks, streams and even into the ocean. These nutrients begin the food chain for the entire Southeastern coastal area. So, ...
... from our child hood days. Papa Gee sat on the recycled plastic picnic benches while Papaw Davis held a not so well Noel (she started running a low grade fever last night) on a low lying green lounge chair. Mamaw Gee joined in on the picnic tables while Chef Becky (no not Mickey) worked over the grill taking care of the hamburgers and hot dogs. Alison ran back and forth between the condo and the grill making sure everybody had what they needed and ...
... to get inside some of the mansions and museums and check out all the little squares and parks. Savannah like Charleston is a very pretty town so we’re going to sit back and enjoy it’s beauty for the most part. We’re definitely in Gone with the Wind Territory here facing some very thick accents and a lot of Southern charm. It’s fabulous!
'Georgia on my mind' by Ray Charles. I hope it helps to bring Savannah Georgia to life for you
... renovated waterfront -- a reminder of the days when cotton was truly "king". Savannah is still the fourth largest port in the US and the sight of massive container ships jostling with paddle steamers and other tourist craft on the Savannah River is one of the city's attractions. But with the end of the Civil War, abolishen of slavery and the decline of the cotton trade, Savannah also went into a steep decline, only to be "rescued" by the strange events of 1981 - the "shooting" ...