Every time we walk through Savannah, we are struck by the beauty of this old city - from the majestic live oaks to the gorgeous buildings, the secret gardens, wide front porches, the Savannah River and the harbor.
If you look closely at the live oak in the picture below, you can see the resurrection ferns growing on the branches. The ferns have loved all the rain lately and are lush and green!
This weathered old building is The Pirates' House where Robert Louis Stevenson is said to have written Treasure Island. It has been an inn and tavern since 1753.
A fisherman in front of two pilot boats by the harbor.
A view of the old buildings of River Street and City Hall from Hutchinson Island.
It sure has been fun showing my dear friend around our area. Aside from playing tourist, it's great to see your life through someone else's eyes, especially someone who has known me my whole life. Well, today it rained pretty much all day, so we decided to stay in and make some art, which was so much fun! My piece is almost done and I'll post it tomorrow, so make sure to check back in!