Yesterday, (Thursday) we drove to Savannah and took the tour via bus of the historic area of the city.
Our guides were a lot of fun. Humorous and knowledgeable. One was British, and had that stiff upper li[ humor that sends me into gales of laughters.
It’s really a lovely city, with lots of history for people like me who love the history of America.
For supper, we stopped at Five Guys on Hilton Head. Oh boy, was that good 🙂
Back at the condo, we played a couple of games, laughed a lot, had a pleasant evening. But there is a sense of sadness, because today is the last day. We’ll be flying back home tomorrow morning, and our vacation will be a wonderful memory.
I’ve caught a cold–coughing, mostly, with some sinus aggravation. Using a good over the counter remedy, but still not feeling tip-top. Glad it didn’t start until the latter part of the week.
We’ve naturally done a lot of reminiscing. When you’ve been friends with people this long, you have lots of shared memories. It’s a good thing, bringing both tears and laughter.
Right now, Joe is making French toast; Davina is frying bacon and sausage, and Deb is being a general assistant. Haven’t seen Rick yet, and Terry is in our room getting ready for the day.
Beach time today, I think.