21 things I learned living in coastal Georgia

January 15th, 2015 § 1 comment

@fabiobrunazzi blending in for #4thofJuly on #georgiacoast

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1. Duct tape comes in cammo print. So do child car seats and evening purses.

2. Hand written notes, delivered by hand, are golden

3. Some meals are dumped out on the table, ie. lowcountry boil and oyster roast

Oysters every day #georgiacoast #sealevelliving

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4. Dolphins have military applications

5. Turtles and causeways do not mix

6. Group name for pelicans: squadron

7. If you think its too hot out, you are moving too much

8. The gnats never really go away, really

9. The Smell of Money will get into your clothes, hair, house and car

Soon this wood will get turned into bad smell. #thankskochbrothers #smellsofbrunswick

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10. You can just ask for “half sweet” tea

11. “Bless her/his/your heart” is shade

12. You can either have less mosquitos or more lightning bugs, but you can’t have both

There are 56 species of mosquito on #georgiacoast and this guy can kill them all. #bff #themoreyouknow #coastfest

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13. Everybody knows somebody who has been to Italy, mostly during Navy service

14. Even Captain Stan lived in Milan for awhile

15. Cake raffles and other dessert sports

#tbt to that fateful day in #woodbine when we walked away with this beauty #cakeraffle #opry #satilla #georgiacoast

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16. Tidewater is an accent, Geechee is one of the few full American dialects

17. Sidewalks sometimes just end, ok?

18. Sand dunes, meadow and maritime forest (not beach house) is that stuff behind the beach

#subtropical #CumberlandIsland

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19. Spanish moss on the tree is full of bugs, spanish moss on the ground is probably ok

20. Any restaurant drink can be served to-go, even your tap water, and you will be peer pressured to do so, but its for your own good?

21. #blufflife

#blufflife #sunbury #georgiacoast

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