Who doesn't want their shanty to be a bit savvy, a bit clever, creative, a bit sensible, sharp and ingenious?! But hey, let's face it, most of us are living on a shoestring. Here's how I'm doing it my way, making our nest a Savvy Shanty.

Thursday, September 8, 2011

The Boys of Summer

These men are all related. Can you tell? The genes in my husband's family do not dilute easily. Pictured clockwise is my husband's father, grandfather, Big Daddy himself, and his two uncles. These were all taken Labor Day weekend when we went to Jacksonville, Fl.
We had a great weekend, we visited family, went to St. Augustine for the Alligator Farm and climbed the St. Augustine lighthouse.

Miss Priss was NOT going to hold the biting end, despite it being taped shut.

Uncle Roger and myself observing some giants.

Miss Priss and her Great Uncle Doug

St.Augustine Light House

Looking for pirates.

Up, up and up some more.

Made it to the top!

After a fun weekend, we stopped at the Folkston Funnel on the way home. In Folkston, Ga, all the trains are funneled through that are heading south (or something like that) which basically means that a train is rolling by every 10 min or so. They have a great little covered platform with chairs and ceiling fans in addition to a loud speaker so you can hear the engineers jabbering. Should you happen to be passing through south Georgia, it's a great place to get out and stretch your legs.


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