Monthly Archives: December 2009

New Year’s Eve

I would like to first wish everyone a very happy and prosperous new year. I haven’t even gotten used to writing 2009 yet, and here it will be 2010 tomorrow! I was supposed to have today off work but I … Continue reading

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Trip to Tybee Island

The United States Lighthouse Society has a passport program similar to the National Parks passport, whereby you get your “passport” stamped whenever you visit a participating lighthouse. I believe there are approximately 250 lighthouses that are part of this program. … Continue reading

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Warm, fed, and happy

I am snug here in my 5th wheel on a cold evening in Georgia, just finished with my dinner, and have the next three days off work. I’m happy with life right now! We’ve had a busy two days at … Continue reading

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Tired, after a long day at work

Today seemed to be longer than usual, although we were busy with lots of people in the Visitors Center. I worked there all day with Mary, and I was glad she was there to answer a lot of the questions … Continue reading

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I’m learning!

Learning a lot of things…I now know what to do in the event the gate to the island is closed and locked. I now know how to drain the fresh water tank – don’t laugh – I really couldn’t figure … Continue reading

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Locked out!

I worked at the Visitors’ Center today and decided to make a quick run to a convenience store on Tybee Island before going home to my campsite. This is a trip I have made on other occasions, and I am … Continue reading

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Santa’s Helpers

Santa’s helpers were busy last night. (Arianna, Ara, and Autie) My daughter (Jeannie), granddaughter (Ara); granddaughter (Autumn), son-in-law (Donald) holding granddaughter (Arianna) Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

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