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Savannah Recap!

Mary and I have been traveling so much lately, but we are finally home again and catching up an all the things that need to be done. It actually feels very good to sleep in my own bed! But I want to share a few more of the pictures from our fun trip to Savannah.

Such a beautiful place!


I would so love to live down this small street. Gorgeous tree! Lucky dog!


This was one of my favorite houses when we toured some of the oldest homes in Savannah.

Sea gulls trying to eat me …


Some of the girls attending “mandatory stay in your pajamas and sew day 2”.


There was also a mandatory underwear change that day.

Mary doing something?


It could be she’s praying for her BBQ sandwich to arrive soon.

Lots of fun quilts …


And the gate to Sandra Bullock’s house on the island …


I’m sure she appreciates me posting this!

What a great relaxing and beautiful place to visit.  And the company we had wasn’t bad either!

Love you all!



9 responses to “Savannah Recap!”

  1. Christine B. says:

    Looks a beautiful place! Glad you had fun! 🙂

  2. What a fantastic place!

  3. Lynne Tilley says:

    Barb, that house you are sewing in, it’s my DREAM house. Love it!! Enjoyed your photos, they made me giggle with all your comments. Thanks for sharing!!

  4. JoAnn Rusden says:

    Barb, your pictures turned out great! It was such a beautiful day touring The Bluff at Isle of Hope and the great food at Sandfly BBQ! I really love seeing you, Mary, Anne Maree and the other girls… just getting to sew, eat, knit, eat, crochet, eat and even a little shopping! Thank you Laura Brown for inviting us and thank you Jeanne Paddison for the use of your beautiful home on Tybee Island!

  5. Martha Cook says:

    What a beautiful place to relax, enjoy friends, and enjoy the simple things in life.

  6. Gorgeous photos! Savannah has been on my to-do list for a long time. Thanks for sharing…looks like you all had a lovely time 🙂

  7. Karen says:

    Savannah looks lovely. One of those places on my “must see” list. Beautiful pictures. Thanks for sharing.

  8. Michele says:

    Oh it looks like it was a lot of really hard work. Not! LOL

  9. Diana A in Omaha, NE says:

    cute quilts! i recognize the spools pattern, is there a name for the one with the machine and scissors? i’m looking to do something similar.