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Drink, Dine, Relax, Repeat

OK, you are probably thinking WTH? Why does she have photos from her Maine trip on THIS post? Don’t worry, this isn’t one of those bait and switch blogs, where I promise you one thing then inundate you with other crap and try to get you to click on links. I have integrity. Well, most […]

Savannah, GA: Finale

< Visit the previous post in this series: Savannah, GA: River Street < Visit the first post from this category: Road Trip! Coming directly from Charleston – one of the most charming of all southern cities I’ve been to – I was wondering if Savannah could even compare. The Pineapple Fountain surely couldn’t be beat. The Cooper River, Waterfront […]

Savannah, GA: River Street

< Visit the previous post in this series: Savannah, GA: Part One < Visit the first post from this category: Road Trip! After sleeping in and having another late breakfast at Goosefeathers, we spent today exploring River Street. Since we knew several people who loved it here, we grabbed a sneak peek the day we arrived, but today we […]

Savannah, GA: Part One

< Visit the previous post in this series: Morris Island Lighthouse Eco-Tour < Visit the first post from this category: Road Trip! We ended our Road Trip! of November 2016 on a high note with our first visit to Savannah, Georgia. Similar to Charleston with its southern charm, gorgeous historic homes and great food, Savannah is another place […]

Morris Island Lighthouse Eco-Tour

< Visit the previous post in this series: Magnolia Plantation and Gardens < Visit the first post from this category: Road Trip! November was rearing its ugly head this morning as we took off for our Morris Island Lighthouse Eco-Tour, given by Charleston Outdoor Adventures (COA). The wind was brisk and the sun was nowhere to be found. […]

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