Monday, May 20, 2013

A Plantation, a Cemetery and an Hour on the Beach

While in Savannah, my wife and I took an afternoon to drive around and see some of the nearby attractions, including a mile and half driveway at Wormsloe Plantation that has 400 live oaks planted along the route.

We also took a driving tour of Bonaventure Cemetery, which is featured in the film Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil.  Unfortunately, the Bird Girl statue featured in the opening of that film, and on the cover of the book on which it was based, is no longer there, having been moved to a museum at some point.  Still, there is no shortage of interesting tomb stones there.


 We went to the beach at Tybee Island.  An hour there seemed sufficient.

Ann and Crow


The Pier
Under the Pier

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