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Ever since Brady and I moved to Alabama back in 2012, I have been dying to go explore Savannah, Georgia. It has always seemed like such a charming and interesting city. 418 more words

Public Archaeology Day at Wormsloe

Next in our student series is Kirstyn Cardwell who attended Public Archaeology Day at Wormsloe Historic Site this past weekend. 454 more words

Student Blog Post

Wormsloe State Historic Site – Savannah, GA

Wormsloe is one of the oldest sites in Georgia and sits on the Isle of Hope, close to Skidway Island. English colonists first arrived in Georgia in 1733, and construction of Wormsloe began in 1737 by Noble Jones, an Englishman as well, who commandeered a company of marines at the site. 612 more words

Southern Charm

It is impossible to visit Savannah, Georgia and not fantasize about living there. My husband and I just spent 4 days enjoying its wonders. It is supremely walkable and the weather is temperate (keeping it real: we have only visited in late winter – one suspects that summer may be a tad warm. 1,003 more words


Savannian Moss

Not afraid of leaf loss

Wearing scarf all across

Tall trees of old city

Live with Savannian Moss


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