So after a bit of a break, I am back to blogging about our Southern Road Trip. Although I did blog about two visits I had with blog friends, I am now taking you back to mid-March when we were still spending our week at Hilton Head. This was the day we headed into Savannah for the day.
We met Tim and Janice and family at The Pirates House, which according to its website, is one of the most historic spots in Georgia. We were fortunate enough to eat our lunch in what is thought to be the the oldest residential house in Georgia. (Go here to read more of its interesting history.)
I thought these dishes, in the room of the house where we ate, were beautiful.
Robert Louis Stevenson set some scenes from his book, Treasure Island, in The Pirates House, including the death of Captain Flint. Here the kids posed with the pirate in front of a map from an early edition of the book.
*You can read about part of Day 8 here.