Civil War, Civil War Cannons, Fort Pulaski GA, Georgia, History, Photography, Picture of the Day, Tall & Handsome, The South, Travel

Windy Day at Fort Pulaski, by Beverly Hicks Burch

reggie on the ramparts

You may not be able to tell from this picture, but it was extremely windy…especially up on top of Fort Pulaski (GA) when this picture was taken. It was taking a lot of “mystical hat holding onto” powers for T & H’s dapper cover to stay in place. I recommended Velcro but that went over like poop in a punch bowl Winking smile.

Fort Pulaski is a Civil War era fort near Savannah, GA. It was held by the South but fell shorty after Fort Sumter. So, it went from Southern hands to Northern hands and later became a POW camp. There’s a lot of history within these old walls.

If you look just over the wall behind T & H you have an awesome panoramic view of a channel of the Savannah River, Tybee Island, Tybee Island lighthouse and Cockspur lighthouse.

 

© 2011 Beverly Hicks Burch All Rights Reserved.

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