Wednesday, July 26, 2006

Savannah!!

We spent a whirlwind weekend in Savannah, GA, eating, drinking and making merry. There was seafood, yarn, Amy Butler patterns, banana daqueris, wings, fountain coke, low country boil, cemeteries, Spanish moss, dolphins, horseshoe crabs and sea kayaking.

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More pictures and details later!

7 comments:

Beverly said...

Great photos, definitely worth waiting for. Yummy yarn, yummy food, beautiful settings.

Beth said...

Great pictures! I'm so hungry after seeing the low country boil picture!

Donna said...

Looks like you had a wonderful time! Hey, I recognized Isabel's creation (free crowns) right away. We have a couple of those sitting in our villa at HHI. I heard her say the funniest thing last time we were at WF. She and my daughter were sitting together in the back, and Isabel said "Do you want to pretend I'm the queen? You can be the servant."

Rebecca said...

Yum - seafood, yum - yarn and Savannah looks lovely! I love the Georgian architechture. My ancestors are from the area you now live in and I was supposed to go to San Diego State but my Dad uprooted us my last semester of high school and moved us to Northern VA....how 'bout that?

Thanks for voting for St. Brigid - I just needed a little nudge. I will knit Inishmore when I'm done with St. Brigid...LOL

Tusa said...

Lovely! That made me hungry (the lovely food) and envious (the yarn!)

Shannon said...

Looks like a great trip. I'm so ready to move south!

Wendy DG said...

Savannah has SO much character. Looks like a great time, especially the yarn store.