Today, war in Ukraine surpassed one hundred days. In America, mass shootings are outnumbering trembling fingers. Long, unhappy sigh.
The Andrew Low House, in Savannah, Georgia, is also a location of history and pain. It is the former home of Juliette Gordon Low, founder of the Girl Scouts. The home itself is a striking and beautifully appointed example of Southern architecture. But it is also the former home of enslaved Americans. It's no wonder Savannah is eternally haunted by disgruntled spirits.
Follow my feet...
The most interesting part of the house was the fifty pound books and the silver doorknobs. Plus, a unique wooden loo.
This bathroom was my favorite room.
P.S. Don't worry blogging friends, I plan to post weekly travel updates on my new author website! I'll be posting here, at Sharon's Souvenirs until September.