Savannah Sojourn

Oyster gloves and knives were standing ready for the birthday oyster roast we enjoyed in Savannah, Georgia this week. The scenery, food, family and friends were all wonderful! Enjoy the pictures of the Inter-Coastal Waterway along with Wormsloe Plantation and the Beautiful Isle of Hope.

Ready for the Oysters please.

Let the Oyster shucking begin!

The View was fantastic.

Oh what a Sunset—Sailors delight.

The entrance to Historic Wormsloe Plantation on Isle of Hope

And the beautiful Live Oak alle'e

The homes on the Isle of Hope are just as enchanting as the views of the Inter-Coastal Waterway that they overlook–just try to pick one favorite!

I just love the green door and the topiary!


The Gingerbread House

The proportions are beautiful

So Southern—just charming!

Oh, those green stairs!

Such a welcoming entry

I love the wrap-around porch and the red tin roof on this home.

And, of course, the Church is beautiful too! (I was Married here.)

This Charmer sits on a commanding corner lot.

My personal favorite—Oh the stories it could tell!

Bluff Drive View—breathtaking

Good-bye from beautiful Savannah, Georgia for now—wish you were here!

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8 Responses to Savannah Sojourn

  1. LAURA RAMSEY says:

    Savannah… we have family here and visit often. Who could not love this gentle, southern place? Thank you Lissy for the photos!

  2. Mona Thompson says:

    What a wonderful place. Would love to visit some time! Happy New Year!

  3. holly says:

    i love oyster roasts!!! what a fun time you must have had!!! happy new year!!! xo

  4. Pattye says:

    Makes me want visit! Happy New Year!

  5. I need to visit Savannah!
    What a gorgeous place. Steve has been before and has always told me how stunning it is, but your pictures are worth several thousand words!
    Thank you for sharing this magical place with us.
    Wishing you a very happy 2012!!!

    xo xo

  6. I love Savannah! I recently visited and did a post with lots of similar photos! Oh how I wish I could’ve been with you as you snapped these gorgeous photos!
    Thanks for sharing the beauty!

  7. Fascinating to see how other people live…thanks so much for the peek into this beautifully enchanted place…your photos inspire visions of the wonderful lifestyle that goes with it…great food, friends and family. May the New Year be filled with all good things for you and yours!


  8. Erika says:

    Your favorite is also my favorite! I remember that home was for sale a few years ago, the realtor posted some great pictures of the interior which I saved. I love the large lot and all the trees.

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