Monday, April 8, 2013

It's a wrap

We had a great time in Savannah. Plenty to do and see there. Jess's friend Patty had us over for Easter dinner. We ate at Paula Deen's restaurant, which was a great disappointment. Visited the Owens Thomas House, which is part of three museums that one can visit with a package deal from Telfair museums. The week we were in Savannah also happened to be a music festival week and our friends Chic and Linda Frosch had two spare tickets for a concert with Emmylou Harris. Country music isn't our favorite, but it was a good time enjoyed by everyone. A visit to Tybee Island mandated a lunch at the Crab Shack for a shrimp boil and steamed oysters.
Our trip came to an end on Friday April 5th with an early morning retrieval of the boat on the trailer and on the road by 7:00 am.
See you next year!

Paula Deen her food is like her picture, cardboard.

Emmy Lou Harris. Can you see her?

Easter tradition continues with coloring eggs.

The egg bunnies Patty on the left and Jess on the right.

Jess and I got creative and decorated strawberries and blackberries we called it bunny eggs and turds.

Standing out front of the Crab Shack in Tybee Island

Oh yeah, you can feed the alligators at the crab shack.

On the road! We stay at campgrounds while traveling.
It is a lot easier than taking you stuff out of the boat
just to sleep in a hotel.

South of the Boarder. This is an icon that has been here since
I was a kid and before that. A bit honky tonk, but after seeing signs for 100
miles one has to stop at least once in their lifetime to take in the culture.