The historic riverfront in Savannah, Georgia once bustled with the movement of goods of all types. However, in those days, cotton was king, and it made a lot of people very wealthy. Today, the dock bustles with the movement of tourists of all types,
The McKinnon Airport is just north of the village, and is considerably larger than expected for a small island. In addition to the size of the airport, there are an unusually large number of private jets parked, as well as coming and going on a daily basis.
Normally, when I travel, attracting the attention of the local police is something I try to avoid. But in this case, it was a fun experience. My iPad has helped me make friends with kids and cops alike. As many of you know, we’re in month six of our RTW