All good things come to an end so on Thursday we left for Isle of Hope, which is on the south side of Savannah. This is the home of a state park featuring ruins of the oldest structure in Savannah, GA, so we borrowed a courtesy car and dashed over to see it before the sun went down. The winds are howling now and the temp will drop about 25 degrees tonight. It's a good thing we had the generator repaired as we intend to anchor out tomorrow as a way of cutting the next 80 mile run in half. In the morning we'll head to New Teakettle Creek.
Historic homes and Palmetto trees along the waterfront.
|The Big Chill House|
Private residence, Beaufort, SC
|Promise at sunrise|
Beaufort Town Dock, November 15, 2011
|A mile of Live Oak trees dripping with moss:|
Entrance to Wormslow, constructed in 1736,
the oldest structure in Savannah, GA.