|Driving down Abercorn Street to Savannah|
|Julia Gordon Low Founder of Girl Scouts|
Did a bit of street walking in Savannah and took some pictures as we walked through the squares. Savannah is laid out in squares, there were 24 at one time but a couple were "lost". We walked through Johnson Square, named after a South Carolina governor and has a statue of Nathaniel Greene a Revolutionary War General, Wright Square that has the grave of Tomochichi a Creek Indian chief who helped the early settlers in Savannah and on to Chippiwa Square. The trees are just starting to bloom, by April the squares will be a riot of color, and even more full of tourists than they were yesterday. I love Savannah, it is the such a quintessential southern city, full of old homes, live oaks, Spanish Moss and friendly people, to say nothing of the wonderful food.
|Walk along Bay Street|