|Beautiful Live Oak Trees complete with Spanish Moss in Savannah, Georgia|
After leaving from our terrific Thanksgiving time with George's son and family on Nov. 30, we headed to Savannah for the night.... Traffic was HORRIBLE --so we didn't get to Savannah until it was time for dinner...
|Delicious dinner from the Sweet Potatoes Kitchen|
We both enjoyed some Pecan Crusted Chicken with Sweet Potato Butter. For my veggies, I chose a Sweet Potato with Pecan Butter and some delicious cooked apples. For his veggies, George choose Corn Pudding and Mashed Sweet Potatoes... Everything was delicious --including their "famous" Banana Pudding (which we took back to the motel to eat later).
|The Wormsloe State Historic Site, Savannah, GA|
|The picturesque roadway leading us through the property|
|We enjoyed hiking around the Wormsloe Property... This is a picture of a hardy Saw Palmetto bush...|
|A neat area showing what Colonial Life and Living was like to those early Georgia settlers.|
|This lady was sharing information about Spanish Moss to some children who were there visiting|
|Inside the daub house --where I just HAD to check out the fireplace!!!!|
|Jones' Narrows is no longer a strategic water channel for large ships, since the water has been directed to the Intracoastal Waterway which was created in the 1960's. Now---Jones' Narrows is inaccessible except for very small boats.|
|I told George to get down there and pick that leaning tree up!!!! For some reason, he laughed at me!!!!! ha|
|Some of the remains of Noble Jones' Tabby house; The 8 foot high house protected the family from attacks by the Spanish and their Indian allies --between 1739 and 1748.|
|After our nice walk around the facility --we headed back down that amazing road as we left Wormsloe.|
Have a great week.