Friday, September 14, 2012

Heading to Tybee Island & Savannah!

Hoping to leave after Mike gets home for work...sooner than later. But it's always a crap shoot. Stuff happens so we'll see. Mostly packed. Hershey's things are packed. Pretend bones and his pretend sausage shaped Gonut...these are great and about the only thing he can't destroy in a day or less!

Paws and Paddles Cottage has been rented almost every day since we were there in we are excited to get back for a week. We are also planning lots of short trips for the next several months. We didn't get down at all during the popular summer season. September and the fall months suit us well. Cooler...and even a slower version of Tybee Tyme than the summer months. Tybee is quirky and laid back and a little retro. Think Jimmy Buffet, 50s style cottages, small beach town, and my favorite part, bike and walking friendly AND it's 20 minutes to my favorite City other than Roanoke, VA. our home... SAVANNAH!

We are meeting friends and neighbors from Virginia for dinner Saturday night. Lots of great places to eat on Tybee and Savannah is amazing of course. As soon as we get in I always spend some time nesting. Putting everything we brought with us (always 2 much) away and bringing a few things we keep in the owners closet out. So far our guests have taken good care of our things  we provide extras for their use to make their time at the cottage as enjoyable as our trips. We leave lots of supplys for the kitchen and washer/dryer. Our pantry is left open and everyone is encouraged to help themselves. We stock sunscreen, sun shelter, chairs, things for their dog, a mini office with stamps, scissors all those tiny things that you never think you will need. Feedback has been great! 5 stars...we love hearing the reviews. Lots of folks have commented on the Mermaids Cottage (our rental agency) site about the decor, the Mermaids keep it clean and they are always available should they need anything.

Off to get a mani/pedi in a bit and a pick up some fruit to munch along the way...we don't care for fast food... and once we point the car south and are Tybee bound we only stop when we need a pit stop!

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