Friday, February 13, 2015

WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE

If you live in Savannah you probably know that last Sunday was Super Museum Sunday in our fair city.  We love any excuse to staycate (that's a term now, right?) so we were really pumped to make a full day out of exploring the museums of our home at the low price of $0.00.  I spent plenty of time building an intricate minute by minute plan to get us into 24 museums in 4 hours and we decided to start down south with the Savannah Ogeechee Canal Museum and Nature Center.
I will go further into the breakdown of how my feet couldn't actually handle 24 locations in 4 hours later, but for now I thought I would show you some of my favorite shots from the Canal.  
If you're in the area I've got to tell you to go.  It's not a crazy hike, just a very mellow walking trail that has some pretty spectacular nature to enjoy.  I also spotted some fresh salty oysters and shrimp being sold from someone's house and if you're anything like me that's reason enough to make the trip down 95.



 I take pride in the fact that I even took this picture.  It's not particularly special, but there was a family of skinks running around on this birdhouse.  Ask my mother, other than her wrath there is nothing that scares me more than skinks.  Wes was quick to point out that they could do me zero harm from such a distance but let's be honest, he is insane and skinks are the most terrifying thing ever.

   



The canal meets the Ogeechee River.

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