Savannah, Georgia is called the “Hostess City of the South” for its hospitality, and that hospitality is one of the first things you will notice about this lovely city perched on Georgia’s Atlantic coast. Drawling Southern voices welcome you, and provide your first clue that Savannah is a place where the pace of life slows … Continue readingPin It
There are a lot of things to like about beautiful, sultry, romantic Savannah, Georgia. The gorgeous, grassy parks with fountains, statues, walking paths, and an amazing history. The beautifully maintained historic homes surrounded by equally beautiful gardens and landscaping. The scenic Savannah River winding through the city with cobblestoned River Street, complete with interesting shops … Continue readingPin It
We discovered Savannah, Georgia a few years ago and it was truly love at first sight. The live oak trees draped with Spanish moss, the beautiful, varied squares and parks, the busy river, the fabulous food – all combined to create an unforgettable, romantic atmosphere that we loved and have returned to … Continue readingPin It
I got this shot of some live oaks with Spanish moss in Forsyth Park while staying at the Forsyth Park Inn in Savannah. Savannah is one of my favorite places – I even wrote a book about it!
So. I wrote a book. Yep. An ebook. It was a lot of work. A whole lot of work. I actually sat for one day at my computer for 14 hours straight. But it’s done. And I’m kinda proud of myself. So maybe you would like to read it? I hope so. It’s all about … Continue readingPin It
I glanced up at the masts of the Tall Ship berthed in the Savannah harbor for the Tall Ships Challenge, soaring up into the clear blue sky and appearing to pierce the puffy white clouds. The sounds of the people crowding onto River Street to see the ships fade away as I stood there, imagining … Continue readingPin It