The Early Worm Gets the Worm

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Okay, so I’m not going to be talking about worms or caterpillars or any other slithering fiends. But I do want to wrap up my Savannah fun with the most stunning plantation that I’ve ever seen – The Wormsloe Plantation.

To stay ahead of the storm that was sure to come at any moment, I headed outside of the city to a chunk of land worthy of its own moment.

The tree lined driveway was something out of a movie – it was mysterious, shaded & dreamy all wrapped up in one. A couple of miles down was a walkway leading to a gravesite, ruins & a stunning observation deck overlooking the marsh that extended for ages.

It was peaceful and serene – the only noise of the greenery in the trees and grass rustling together with the wind of impending storm. As the drops of rain began to platter through the muddy land, I found solace in the wooded area that kept me dry as I ran down the beaten path.

It was a nature-lover’s dream and the perfect end to a spontaneous trip. And believe me, I’ll be back incredibly soon.

Photo Apr 22, 14 09 27

Hannah was a guest of the Wormsloe Plantation. As always, all opinions are my own.

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