Fun, Fun Fun!!

Fun, Fun Fun!!

Tuesday, March 30 – Last Day spent in Savannah

We were going to have lunch with Greg and Tommy today somewhere in Savannah. Greg called about 8:30 and suggested “The Lady and Sons” for lunch.

That was on my bucket list so we eagerly said sure.

We got on the move and got showers and dressed and left the house by 9:30. Jesse dropped me off and I stood in line to put in our reservation for lunch.

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It only took a few minutes to put our name on the list for a 12:30 seating. I called Greg to let him know the time and then called Jesse to let him know I was ready.

He was having problems finding a place to park that he could stay for longer then 2 hours, so he came back around to pick me up. We decided to park at River Street.

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We had not eaten anything, but didn’t want much, so we found a small place on River Street and shared a waffle. Then we walked up the stairs to the street level to walk around.


We walked around a few squares and looked at some of the shops. I went into a shop that was having a 1/2 price sale and found this for $12.00….What a bargain and a GREAT color for spring!

Gage it’s ORANGE your favorite color!


Some of the sites while we were walking around

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The inside of the “The Lady and Sons”

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We all decided to eat from the buffet. The food was simple foods but very, very good. Our choices were fried and baked chicken, sausage, mashed potatoes and gravy, creamed corn, macaroni and cheese, yams, collard greens, green beans, black eyed peas, and lasagna. They also had a salad bar with all the fixins for a salad. We were served a pancake corn fritter and cheesy biscuits. YUM YUM. IMG_2426

For dessert they came around with a serving of chocolate butter pecan cake, banana pudding, or peach cobbler for you to choose from. I chose peach cobbler, Jesse chose banana pudding and Greg and Tommy chose the cake, all were delicious.

Afterward we were so full that I thought I would explode. We walked back to get the truck or should a say waddled.

Here is a shot of the waving girl who is saying goodbye to us for this trip.


We came home and just sat and computered and watched TV for the rest of the evening.


Gypsy said...

You took some very nice pictures of Savannah. I really miss it.

squawmama said...

GREAT pictures and it brought back so many memories... LOVED Lady & Sons... we have been to Savannah many may times... Have stayed both in B&B's and RV parks... It is one of my favorite cities... so beautiful... Thanks for such a wonderful post!!!
Have fun & travel safe...