Have you ever wondered what happens in Savannah after dark? The best way to find out is by taking a Savannah Ghost Tour, the original ghost tour. We loved this tour because our guide told the history and real ghost stories, He told us stories that he had heard by more that one person and not the made up tall tales. Savannah After Dark It was a dark and stormy night, actually, it was quite Continue reading →
We had the best day looking at antique cars with friends at Old Fort McAllister. The girls grandparents take tours all over the US with their antique car clubs. This rally was part of a local antique car club, AACA or Antique Automobile Car Association, and were joined by several other antique clubs and enthusiast. Our day started by borrowing my 1959 Corvette, Black Beauty, and following my parents to the Richmond Hill Publix. Everyone Continue reading →
This time we wanted to share 15 places your kids really want to visit in Downtown Savannah, Georgia. Going home to your hometown is always fun to play tourist. We love seeing our old hangouts, friends we have missed and learning a little history about the oldest city in Georgia. Savannah was established in 1733 along the Savannah River and later became first state capital of Georgia. Our favorite places are along the Savannah River Continue reading →
I feel that the best way to learn about history is visiting museums and historical sites instead of learning about them in books. Don’t get me wrong books are great and very informative but sometimes are boring and don’t give you the whole picture. I think everyone learns better from touching, seeing, and observing first hand than just reading a chapter out of a book or looking at a slide show while a teacher is Continue reading →
We had our very fist skate party for all the homeschoolers in the Savannah GA area at SK8city in Pooler GA. I have set up a time for all the homeschool kids to go skating once a month from 10am – 12pm all year-long. We had 33 skaters show up today which I think was a great turn out The kids got to skate for 2 hours, eat pizza and got a drink and 4 Continue reading →
I thought it would be fun on Sunday to go look at the Savannah Round House since they were having a bug exhibit at the Children museum right next door. They cancelled the bug exhibit because of the rain, so we just looked at all the old trains and around the round house instead. We started off by looking at two trains that used to carry passengers during the 1950’s and 1920’s, The Columbia, and Atlanta. The Continue reading →
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