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Sept.3.... Noble Jones

Just a little Peek into some history of Savannah ,Ga. The Wormsloe Plantation is a lovely place to visit ,Spring and fall are my picks when visiting because it can be very warm in summer. 203 more words

2 Days in Savannah

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Being from the Northeast, I always wanted to experience charm of the historical cities of the South. First on the List was Savannah, GA.  632 more words


Bonaventure Cemetery & Wormsloe Historic Site- Savannah, GA

Local adventuring is one of my favorite things to do on a lazy weekend. Although I’d been in the Savannah area for over 10 years, I’d never visited the famous Bonaventure Cemetery or Wormsloe Historic Site. 10 more words


Family Travel Guide: Savannah, GA

Savannah. A lush city that buzzes with understated magic (or sometimes overstated magic if you are anywhere near River Street on a Friday night). I like to say that while the West, with its rugged landscapes, soaring mountains, and larger-than-life vistas, is the place that has captured my soul, Savannah is the city that will always have my heart. 1,717 more words


Eternal Slumber in the Land of Poetry (Georgia…Day 4)

The ivy wanders; the star shaped leaves open out from the parasitic strength of curling vines that cling to the siding of the old house. They chip away at the flecked lead paint which tumbles to the ground like falling snow, gathering in little piles of dandruff on the earth. 405 more words


Historic Wormsloe

I want to share a brief post about the longest stretch of oak trees in the world at Wormsloe Plantation in Savannah, GA. It’s gorgeous. It’s worth the $10 admission to drive down the row of oaks alone. 163 more words