Thursday, December 18, 2014


After a busy week of wrapping gifts and decorating all sorts of things around the house, we decided to get out and stretch our legs on a gorgeous Saturday afternoon.  Now, I was born and raised in South Carolina and didn't move away until I was 15.  I understand winter in the south.  I had done it for a long time growing up and I am on my third year back in the warmth. However, being able to go for a bike ride on December 6th with a t-shirt on and not even getting slightly cool is a truly remarkable thing.  I wouldn't trade that for scraping snow off my windows again!  The Savannah summer and I may not have the same great relationship, but that's something to worry about later.
Wes had recently gone on a longer ride on his own and in his attempt to not overlap anything too much he ended up in Thunderbolt.  It's right before the islands start on the way out to Tybee Island.  We decided to head out there.  Wes was especially excited to see what kind of pictures we could come up with since the scenery is pretty amazing.

 After Thunderbolt, we headed over to Bonaventure Cemetery.  We have been by a few times before but you can never get through everything and it really is a pretty place.  Every time we go I always swing by this one gravestone that just draws me in.  The statue is super detailed but also really creepy.  Look at her eyes!  

Of course we got hungry and bailed on taking pictures at Bonaventure to swing over to Coaches Corner for a late lunch before getting ready for the Savannah Bicycle Campaign Christmas party.  There was even a bike themed tree!


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