This is a typical Savannah house with a heavy ironwork railing.
Hundreds (maybe thousands) of people get up early on Saturday mornings, run around the streets,
and let other people splash them with colored paints. Strange people, these Georgians.
I waited for Janie to walk into the scene with the monument to General Nathaniel Greene (from Rhode Island).
Janie graduated from college and moved to Savannah three months ago. She got a job at a mortgage company and thinks life is great!
Juliette Gordon Low -- founder of the girl scouts -- was born in this house in 1860.
I walked around the city until the sun was low in the sky and the camera battery died.