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Savannah, Georgia

“What a pity that we remember so little of the riches of childhood; nothing but isolated scenes and insignificant events, and even those in a transformed shape, the way we have grown to think about them since then, occasionally mentioning them through the years.”  990 more words

Central European Teaching Program

Wormsloe State Historic Site

Entrance Gate to Wormsloe

Live Oak Avenue is lined with more than 400 live oaks planted in the early 1890’s

Tabby walls made of lime, sand, oyster shells and water… 41 more words


Georgia - 27 to 29 Oct

We got into Savannah and headed out straight to Tybee Island, on cousin Julie’s recommendation. We stopped at a National Monument, Fort Pulaski, on the way – a very interesting, and these days peaceful, old fort which was used during the civil war, unsuccessfully. 309 more words


Inaugural Savannah Summer

This poor blog has been left for dead in the shadow of novel aspirations. But, summer is two weeks to her sad end and deserves a moment of pause and reflection. 723 more words