Posts Tagged ‘Savannah’

Savannah Artist Proves There’s No Such Thing as Too Late or Too Old

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I met Bill Rousseau at the City Market Art Center. My family was walking through the studio galleries, marveling at the talent and weeping at the beauty we couldn’t bring home. Some of us wept inwardly while some of us, namely Emma, cried very outwardly at the injustice of not being able to buy watercolor […]

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Happiness Highlights: Savannah Part 2

We spent last week exploring the city of Savannah and adjusting to living in a 24 foot space. Despite its notoriety, we realized quickly that Savannah is actually a pretty small town (about 140,000 people) that has – from a tourism perspective – done an impressive job of making the most of what they’ve got. […]

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Happiness Highlights: Savannah

I’m going to start keeping track of my weekly Happiness Highlights, and I invite you to join in if you’re so inclined. What are Happiness Highlights? Things that have brought me joy, peace, or happiness in the last week. What’s the point? To remember to be grateful. To focus on the good, because it is […]

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What We Learned the First Week on the Road

We pulled into the Lofton Creek Campground along East State Road 200 in Yulee, Florida on Friday night, determined to make the best of our detour. Five days (and so. much. money.) later, we are finally back on the road and headed to Savannah, Georgia. We’re relieved. I don’t think we’re quite ready to let […]

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Daily Photo: One Big Ship

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I watched this boat come in from River Street in Savannah, Georgia.  I know absolutely nothing about what it was taking or where it was taking it to or from.  But it sure was a pretty boat.

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