After a summer of travel, it was great to walk around Savannah’s historic area today. Forsyth Park doesn’t have the full color of the spring azaleas but still offers the shadows of the moss draping oak trees.
Lots of folks were out taking advantage of the drop in humidity to get some exercise.
And the volunteers of the Safe Shelter were out adding colorful purple ribbons to the trees in awareness of “Domestic Violence Awareness” month.
I noticed a new piece of art on one of the buildings, I’m not sure what it is for.
The Confederate Monument survived another summer, some folks would like for it to be removed.
And one cannot visit Savannah without admiring the beautiful homes on the tree-lined streets with brick walkways.
It was a perfect day just to take it all in 🙂
I hope you enjoy the scenes of coastal Georgia and South Carolina, thanks for stopping by, and hope to have you again.
Savannah is a year-round visitors destination with mild winter temperatures
Hi Alice! WP played a trick on me this week and the walk is shunted into second place on the blog so you’ll likely not have seen it. Not sure if I’ll have a walk up next Monday as my daughter arrives, but I’ll share next time I do. https://stillrestlessjo.com/2021/09/30/jos-monday-walk-cow-and-calf-ilkley/
Savannah looks glorious. I’d love a saunter through those streets, and I wouldn’t even mind the monument.
What a lovely stroll around Savannah, somewhere I’ve long wanted to visit! Maybe one day …
I hope that happens for you one day
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