Goodness you can watch the game while practically on the field.
And you can watch the guys in the dugout UP CLOSE!
The kids got slushies and Madi was so excited that hers was aqua in a red bowl...she has the red and aqua fever now too.
Ben was sitting here enjoying his slushie with a pitcher warming up...throwing 90+mph balls...looks like crazy. Steve and I stood there to get the feel of what that speed of a ball would look like coming at you...I didn't like that.
It was a beautiful night to sit outside at a game. This picture is when we were walking back to our car.
RIVERSTREET SWEETS! If you go to Savannah you gotta go to Riverstreet and stop at this candy store!!! Right before moving here to Georgia, Country Living Magazine spotlighted this shop. And my friend Susy had also just gone here and was raving about it. So every time I get the chance to go we all go. Funny thing happened. While walking on Riverstreet and just a few stores down from Riverstreet Sweets my phone rang and it was Susy calling to say hi...and of all places to be I was right there 'our place'. Susy said to eat a praline for her so I was nice and ate at least 3 or 4 of the worlds greatest pralines for her :-)
When you walk in they let you sample a praline...I sample on my way out too.
The Candy Maker was making salt water taffy.
One of the days on Tybee Island we took the kids to the lighthouse.
We climbed the 178 steps to the top.