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Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by Mr&MrsErnbo, Jul 5, 2012.
Have you been to Scarboro Landing and drunk from the artesian well?
No I have not..........do tell. I'll have to check it out and get a taste.
It is said that if you drink from it, you will return to the location. Take your own cup. Cool place with old house saved from burning by Sherman's troops because it was a girls school, Frawley's Store 1833? as pictured in the book about the Ogeechee and its people (once a Georgia Tag). Old Church and cemetery.
Only the sound of the fog was audible...
I grew up riding my bicycle to this place to buy candy and cokes. Then I would fish along the causeway leading to it. It used to be a run-down good ol' marina. Now its a bustling restaraunt/marina. Food is good. There are some hot servers too. Good ol' Ft Mcallister. I'll be back soon, my folks are still just down the street from there.
True dat. Good food, lively atmosphere, awesome views and a great destination for a ride.
"Nature is forever arriving and forever departing,
forever approaching, forever vanishing;
but in her vanishings there seems to be ever the waving of a hand,
in all her partings a promise of meetings farther along the road."
-- Richard Le Gallienne
Coastal Images. October cotton
Misty and cool coastal mornings are great for riding and seeing the countryside.
Anyone ready to paddle a while?
Even got some leaf changing pix
The beauty of coastal wetlands never ceases to amaze. This is a great destination.
A windy cool perfect day.
Jones Creek with I-95 in the background.
Dolomato, where have you been? Here is an interesting place for you to find....
You will get this as a bonus...
The oddities of coastal folks
This would make a cool tag
Another beautiful coastal morning
Good times for all.
Half Moon river fishing pier
This is a great place to fish and enjoy the views.
Whats the latest tag? I'm coming down your way and want to make a grab!
From page 2..... The current tag, get it movin'!! The tag is the statue of the female jogger, which is in a small traffic island at the entrance of a popular park. Happy Hunting...........
This city's waving girl has company, Sallie runs at the lake in a good mood.
The bronze statue is a depiction of Julie Backus Smith, a Savannah running advocate and philanthropist. The statue is located at the main entrance of Lake Mayer Park on southside Savannah.