Savannah Whirlwind

We got to town last night and kicked off our stay with a whirlwind day! The littles awoke at the crack of dawn and we headed off to spend a sunny, hot and glorious day at Tybee.
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And then we headed out to see the Savannah Sand Gnats play what just might’ve been the most boring baseball game ever.  Lack of runs and sorry hits aside, it’s a fun way to get up close and personal with the minor league as seats right behind home plate are pretty easy to come by and the snack stands have all sorts of ballgame goodness like hotdogs, peanuts and Cracker Jacks.
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June 2012 374  June 2012 375 The littles have crashed and I’m right behind them!
xoxo

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Rise and Shine

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Camp Kingfisher

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Proud

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