Category Archives: Georgia

A Museum and a Walk

Yesterday, on the way to St. Marys, we stopped to see this submarine on land. It’s a full-sized Navy submarine at the gates to the Kings Bay Naval Submarine Base. When we got to St. Marys we visited St. Marys … Continue reading

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Cumberland Island

Cumberland Island National Seashore, Georgia’s largest, southern most barrier island. This island national park is 18 miles long, beautiful undeveloped beaches, and includes a large wilderness area.  There are no bridges to the island, so the only way to get … Continue reading

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Crooked River & Jekyll Island

We left Skidaway Island State Park by Savannah GA yesterday and moved south to Crooked River State Park. This is another lovely park with large and level spaces for a reasonable price. We’ll be here for a week. The campground … Continue reading

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More Savannah Walking

Saturday morning we went to the Farmers Market at Forsyth Park in Savannah. There were lots of vegetables, oranges, honey, pecans, mushrooms, cheese, and baked goods, jams and pickles. We also stopped at the Visitor Center again. This time there … Continue reading

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A Savannah Walk

It’s Black Friday. A good day for us to stay away from the shopping centers. We did drive into Savannah just to walk around the parks. We began our walk at Forsyth Park, one of the largest parks in Historic … Continue reading

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Pulaski & Tybee

On our way out to visit Tybee Island we stopped to visit Fort Pulaski National Monument. It was designed and constructed after the War of 1812 to protect the river approaches to Savannah and was used during the Civil War. … Continue reading

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Wormsloe State Historic Site

A couple of miles from Skidaway Island State Park is the Wormsloe State Historic Site. This is what remains of the home of Noble Jones, one of the first settlers and a leading official in Georgia. The entrance arch has … Continue reading

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Savannah GA

Another bright sunny day. Historic Savannah is one of our favorite cities to visit. This might be our 4th or 5th time here, I lost count. So, we kinda know our way around now. We began our day at the … Continue reading

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Skidaway Island State Park GA

Another nice sunny day. Our time was up at the campground at James Island County Park by Charleston, South Carolina. So now we have moved south a bit to one of our favorite parks, Skidaway Island State Park at Savannah, … Continue reading

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Another Beautiful Day in Savannah

Another beautiful day! So back to Savannah’s Historic District for more. We parked on the street and walked down to River Street to see what was happening there. The shops and restaurants were open and people were wandering about. While … Continue reading

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A Walk About Savannah

If you Google “most beautiful street in Savannah” you will get several references to Jones Street. And it is so. The street begins just a few blocks away from the Savannah Visitor Center so we parked there and walked over … Continue reading

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A Walk and A Ride in Savannah

The first stop of a visit to Savannah should be to the Savannah Visitor Center and Museum which are in the old train station. There are some very helpful people there and the museum is wonderful display of Savannah’s history. … Continue reading

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Savannah GA

We left Williamsburg VA early Sunday morning and headed on down Interstate 95 for the next few days. Our drive was rather uneventful, but I did get a few pictures. Signs of the south are beginning to appear. The first … Continue reading

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Off the Trace

We have left the Natchez Trace. Since this is our third trek up the Trace we were OK with turning off and moving east. Last year we went all the way to Nashville, you can read about our Natchez Trace … Continue reading

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Return to Cumberland Island

Near our campground is a submarine on land, it appears to be surfacing out of the grass in front of the Kings Bay Naval Base in St. Marys, Georgia. It’s the USS George Bancroft, decommissioned in 1993. We couldn’t resist … Continue reading

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Cumberland Island National Seashore

It was a last-minute decision for us to go visit the nearby Cumberland Island, Georgia’s largest and southernmost barrier island.  This is a National Seashore and protected by the National Park Service. There is no bridge to drive there and … Continue reading

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Crooked River

Still in Georgia, our next move was to Crooked River State Park.  This is a very beautiful campground, lots of tall pine trees, huge level campsites, with all the hookups we need. They were in the process of adding cable … Continue reading

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Brunswick, GA

Every day isn’t an adventure.  Yesterday we just moved from Savannah to Brunswick, Georgia.  We are staying at Golden Isles RV Park, the same place we stayed when we were here last year.  Other than the drive, we took some … Continue reading

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Walk About Savannah

Historic Savannah is so lovely we decided to stay one more day and just walk about.  It was a perfect day for walking, about 70 degrees for the high. Here are some pictures from our day: Remember at the beginning … Continue reading

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Savannah, GA

There are several companies that offer narrated history tours of the city.  They all start at the Visitor Center. We have taken Old Town Trolley Tours in some of the other cities we have visited, so we went with them … Continue reading

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