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Where the Elite Eat in Their Bare Feet…and Watch Those Toes!, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Recently when we were in the Savannah, GA/Hilton Head, SC area there was an eating experience I wanted to share with Tall & Handsome. A few years back when I had been in Savannah I had ventured out to Tybee Island on recommendation to The Crab Shack. The Crab Shack’s slogan is “where the elite… Continue reading Where the Elite Eat in Their Bare Feet…and Watch Those Toes!, by Beverly Hicks Burch

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Pink Oleander, by Beverly Hicks Burch

I love Oleander, although it is poisonous if ingested. So, I certainly don’t plan on creating a meal using oleander. It’s purely a feast for the eyes. This lovely pink oleander is found growing on Tybee Island, GA. © 2012 Beverly Hicks Burch All Rights Reserved.   Save

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Tybee Island’s Beacon of Hope, by Beverly Hicks Burch

I took this on a very, very windy day standing on top of the ramparts of Fort Pulaski (GA). It was so windy I could hardly hold the camera steady to get a photo that wasn’t blurred. This is Tybee Island Lighthouse and it’s about a mile away from Fort Pulaski. That palm tree in… Continue reading Tybee Island’s Beacon of Hope, by Beverly Hicks Burch

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Driving Miss Bevy, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Driving Miss Bevy By Beverly Hicks Burch It had been a very, very long time since I had smelled the fragrance of salt air that you can whiff only near the coastal areas of any body of ocean water, or for that matter felt the brisk sea breeze as it blew through my hair negating… Continue reading Driving Miss Bevy, by Beverly Hicks Burch