I’ve been to Savannah a few times and on my visits I like to bring bikes so we can ride around the town. Savannah is flat and it is easy on your legs to pedal around it. This is the best way to explorer all of the Savannah’s 22 Squares. All of them unique in its own way and without a bike it will take you really forever to see all of them.
The Six Pence Pub is located near Chippewa Square. On my previous visit couple years ago we had dinner here, not bad at all. This time we wanted to have dinner by the river, but I could not resist from taking this picture while we biked back from the Forsyth Park to the river district. Maybe next time I’ll eat here again – fish&chips – isn’t it what they mostly eat in British pubs?
After taking last week off from work I’m now ready for a longer vacation. Somewhere warm would be nice. Like maybe this place on Marco Island. I’m not sure if I go there again, I’d like to see something new, but you get the drift.
Fall season with all of its beautiful colors is suddenly over. This year it was a weird one, with many areas not having good colors, with some going from green to brown and then immediately dropping down to the ground.
A few weeks ago I took early morning walk at the Reynolda Gardens and found this little spot with perfect ground cover, highlighted by morning sun. Something to remember this season during upcoming winter months.
If you ever happen to be driving on i95 in Georgia, I’d highly recommend to make a quick detour and visit Jekyll Island. You’ll have to pay a small fee to get on the island, but this is because island itself is not very commercialized, not yet. There are a lot of hiking trails and bike trails to take you around the island and see its beautiful nature. We parked on the north side of the island and took one of the bike paths through the marsh, it took us to the beach. I have never seen beach like that. Ocean is slowly eroding the island and kills huge old trees that once stood there. The entire beach is like a cemetery of old washed out skeletons of different trees, trunks and what most look like a sea monsters. I’d like to come back there one day during sunrise or sunset and see how spooky it can get with dark shadows and skeletons trying to get me.
It feels like for sure. You can’t see the end of it and it probably takes 10-15 minutes to walk the entire length of this pier. At the other end there were only two people, a couple. They were fishing. I asked if they got anything, not yet he replied – only a crab. They were from Atlanta, currently coming back from Miami and stopping half way for some break. He said that they do this trip to Miami and back every year. Every year they try to stop somewhere midway and his goal is to catch one fish. We stayed there for another 5 or so minutes, enjoying the view. When we left he still didn’t have a catch. I hope he did. It is nice to have little traditions.