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Savannah, Georgia
Jan. 28 - 30, 2002


Skidaway Island
State Park

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Bonaventure Cemetery

During our time in Savannah we stayed at Skidaway Island State Park. It was really heavily wooded with huge oak trees dripping with Spanish Moss. The towering pine trees made funny noises by dropping cones and acorns on the roof all night.

When I woke up the next morning, there was a heavy mist hanging low, giving a very spooky yet calming feel to the quiet scenery.

It was a perfect setting and weather for building a fire at night. I love gazing at the flames until the embers stop glowing red and let the air cool enough to make me want to go inside my nice cozy home again. When I realized how long it had been since we'd built a fire, I realized how even though I'm living this completely different kind of life, I still find myself getting into ruts. When I have the daily routine of work, I forego such pleasures and I am so grateful when I remember to enjoy them again.
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I liked this park so much, I came back in 2007. See Malia's Miles for that.
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