Here are some recent pictures from the downtown Historic District of Savannah, GA all dressed up for the holidays. In a previous post I told you that we've moved and that now the Savannah area of a Georgia is our new stomping grounds and I hope it will remain that way for a long time. We love it here, it's a smaller town feel but has everything we need. One of the things I really like about Savannah is the fact that there's always something going on to keep one entertained.This particular weekend we went down to the Historic District they were having a festival called Holly Days. In one square they were carving ice sculptures, in another (somehow) snow had fallen and piled up for kids to be able to run around in and make snowballs. :) And then on Broughton Street they had closed down part of the street and had an ice skating rink for people to skate on. It's just so fun and so nice to be a part of all of these activities.
I hope you're enjoying the holidays in your neck of the woods. We also managed to make a stop at Leopold's Ice Cream Shop for the first time when we went down for the Holly Days. It's a traditional old ice cream shop and it's delicious. All the ice cream is homemade. I had butter pecan and Fer had cinnamon. YUMMMY.
Have a great weekend.