We embarked on a sunset cruise around Skidaway and Wilmington Islands last night.
Coastal Georgia is perhaps the richest marshland in the United States. All that oxygen and nutrient richness made me feel healthier just cruising around. We saw dolphins flipping hellos and manatees diving in the air! We saw Paula Deen’s house – “Hey Paula!” My take on Paula? My impression is that she has a really big heart and she knows her way around the kitchen. She made some mistakes and made her confession. Now get back to the kitchen, Paula, and make it yummy but make it healthier. We haven’t tried her restaurant , The Lady and her Sons. But she helped to bring tourists to Savannah because of her cooking, and that has been a good thing for this city. The sense is that Hugh Acheson will do the same. Can’t wait to visit his just opened restaurant in Savannah, The Florence.
We are reserved with 8 friends for next week; I’ll let you know how that goes! But back to the water -
This was about as perfect a night as you get and my love of Savannah skies deepened as the colors saturated and stamped the evening a “10!” I am saving the best photo of the night – I can’t give you everything, dear readers! But rest assured that if you come to this part of the coast, you will be amazed at the beauty from out on the water.