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From Betz Creek to Hogan's

It’s Betz Creek or Hogan’s Marina. That’s where we start and/or end our summer days. Usually, my husband puts the boat in at Hogan’s. This is the marina he worked at during high school. 84 more words

Living with the expats

In setting off on a eight country, seven week adventure through Central America, it would be churlish not to accept invitations to stay in the United States en route. 606 more words


Molly McGuire's- Where We "Unwind on Island Time"

Located on Wilmington Island, Molly McGuire’s is part of the Live Oak Restaurant Group here in Savannah. The Live Oak Restaurant group also includes Tubby’s Tankhouse (Thunderbolt and River Street), Fiddler’s Crab House, Fiddler’s Seafood, Spanky’s, and the newest addition, Dub’s on River Street.   276 more words

"Ironclads when commanded by daring men can run... past our batteries": Savannah defenses

For some time I’ve focused on the defenses of Charleston, as they were 150 years ago, and less so on Savannah.  Both cities were considered critical to the Confederate war effort, though Savannah received less attention than the South Carolina port.  946 more words

American Civil War

Cruising Coastal Georgia

We embarked on a sunset cruise around Skidaway and Wilmington Islands last night.

Coastal Georgia is perhaps the richest marshland in the United States.  All that oxygen and nutrient richness made me feel healthier just cruising around.   235 more words

Kicking off a Saturday - Tybee Island, GA

On the way to Tybee Island, there is a great multipurpose trail close to Fort Pulaski. The McQueen Island Rails to Trails park area gives a good six miles worth of exercise options. 300 more words



This smaller, charming community on Wilmington Island offers homes built in the 1990s so they have a more contemporary layout than many of the older Wilmington Island neighborhoods.   126 more words