Two RV Gypsies: Full-Time RVers
The two RV Gypsies in
Savannah, Georgia
April 14-15, 2021

Welcome to Savannah sign

Below: Water Fountain behind the stores on the Riverfront

Water Fountain and statue
Water Fountain
divider bar

Below: Casimir Pulaski Monument is a 19th-century monument located in Monterey Square on Bull Street, not far from the battlefield where Pulaski lost his life during the siege of Savannah. The monument is made from Italian marble with smaller elements of Granite. It is 55 feet tall and includes the coat of arms of Poland and the coat of arms of Georgia. The inscription on the monument reads: "Pulaski, the Heroic Pole, who fell mortally wounded, fighting for American Liberty at the sieve of Savannah, October 9, 1779.

Pulaski Monument sign
Pulaski Monument Pulaski Monument

The two RV Gypsies love the shapes the tree branches form.

old maple trees old maple trees
old maple trees

Below: Flowers in a planter in front of a store

Flowers in a planter in front of a store Flowers in a planter in front of a store

Below: The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)

he Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)

Below: The Great Soldier Eminent Statesman and famous Philanthropist, General James Edward Oglethorpe who in this city on the 12th day of February A.D. 1733 founded and established the colony of Georgia.

Chippewa Square sign
sign about General James Edward Oglethorpe

Chippewa Square is one of the most known squares in all of Savannah.  Forrest Gump made this square famous with its bench scenes, where he waited for the bus. They actually used at least four fiberglass benches while filming the scenes on this square. One of which was donated to the city and was moved into the Savannah History Museum. The Segway tour guide told the two RV Gypsies that they had one of the benches in the Chippewa Square, but it was stolen.

General James Edward Oglethorpe monument
General James Edward Oglethorpe monument

This square dated back to The Battle of Chippewa, an important skirmish in the War of 1812. The monument below commemorates the 250th anniversary of the Founding of the Colony of Georgia.

monument of Founding of Colony of Georgia monument of Founding of Colony of Georg
Chatham Artillery monument

Below: Lee Duquette decided it was time to go to the upper street level and chose one of the longest staircases to go up.

lots of stairs looking back down the stairs

Below: Karen Duquette liked the design on the Indigo Building

the Indigo Building design

Below: The two RV Gypsies stopped at Georgia Peach Cookies in Savannah because they saw the sign out front for free samples. But all of the cookies were hard, and the two RV Gypsies like soft cookies, so they did not purchase any.

Georgia Peach sign

The two RV Gypsies did not take a lot of photos in 2021 because they have been here twice before. That is why the pictures from all the years are combined.

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