Random bike photo
The Kehoe House
New Johnny Mercer statue. This area used to be a parking lot, and before that one of the squares (please, if I'm wrong, correct me). The last time we saw it it was just a gigantic hole in the ground. The city built an underground parking deck, and turned it into a nice spot to sit and enjoy the scenery.
The carriage house of the Andrew Low house (marriage home of Juliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts). Mrs. Low bequeathed it to the Girl Scouts for all time - it was the site of the very first Girl Scout meeting.
One thing you can be sure of seeing in Savannah is plenty of Girl Scouts. This group was on the piazza of the Low House, doing some sort of ceremony. The Juliette Gordon Low story is fascinating, not always happy but enduring. I found it amusing that the tour of her childhood home and the one of her marriage home each shed a different light on her life. Her childhood home tour told of her unhappy marriage, and the tour of her marriage home never mentioned it!!
Early morning patriotism
Again, the First African Baptist Church
The Cotton Exchange and warehouses are located here, hence the name
Another view of Factor's Walk, with River Street to the left