Savannah…It Does A Body Good…For The Most Part
Posted on July 6th, 2010 @ 9:21 pm

Gnate the Gnat
Gnate the Gnat by peachy92

For my holiday weekend, I went home to Savannah.  I didn’t see any of my friends.  I feel bad, but for me, this past weekend was a Me Vacation.  I just needed solitary time down there.

Saturday, my father and I went down to the Smallest Church in America and toured the perimeter ruins of Harris Neck Army Airfield. The weather in the region was cooler than normal for this time of year, but even with temps of 86°F, it was took hot to tour the place on foot.  Until this weekend, neither my father, nor I, even knew about Harris Neck AAF.  As we were driving around the wildlife refuge in its place, we noticed a vast part of deteriorating asphalt.  I joked it was an abandoned airfield, before we read the marker about it.

See, you learn something new everyday.

Prior to going home for the rest of the day, I stopped and got a picture of The Wienermobile.  It was in Savannah over the weekend.

I spent the evening of the 4th at the Savannah Sand Gnats game.  The team won against the Rome Braves, 1-0.  It was a short game, so we had to wait a bit for post-game fireworks.  The game was a blast, and weather was perfect.  That was the only time I was wish I had been hanging out with a friend, but it’s not the end of the world.

The only problem I had at home was finding out about a charge the city added to the water bill down there.  To me, it’s a stupid charge and the city is just trying to charge you for any and everything they can get away with.  I can’t call the city a Fascist town because there is too much liberalism in the government. However, I can’t call it a Socialist city, either. I think the government is composed of people that take the horrid extremes of both sides of the spectrum and apply them to how the city operates.  Maybe if the people of the city kept their noses in their own business and not dictated how everyone should live, the town would be better off than it is.  If I ever did move back to the Savannah area, it would definitely not be in the Savannah City limits.

I came home yesterday.  I took my time and just stopped and took photos of other parts of Georgia.  I would have returned to work today, but Nicki and I had car issues today.  I had to stay home to take care of that.  What fun that was. 🙁  My father and I are working on getting the vehicles repaired, but I am going to have to bit a bullet soon and get a new car.  I don’t even know where to begin.

Listening to: Chicago -“If She Would Have Been Faithful”


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