During our travels I was fortunate to spend some time in Savannah, Georgia. Long known for its beauty, southern charm, and haints, it is also home to Forsyth Park.
The park is actually composed of 30 acres in the historic district with tennis courts, basketball courts, children's play areas and it even has a fragrant garden for the blind.
Though the park itself is quite beautiful, and very well maintained, the fountain was what I really wanted to see.
Added to the park in 1858, it retains all its original splendor.
While I was admiring the beauty of the fountain an elderly gentleman starting calling after my son. Except, he was calling him, "Augustus".
The gentleman insisted that the young man of the house looked just like Augustus. He held our attention for quite a few moments with recommendations on everything in the city.
Quite the character, he was.