Books on Bay
224 West Bay Street
Savannah, Georgia 31401
The State of Michigan is closed! That's right. Schools are closed; roads are closed; businesses are closed; restaurants are closed; even the mall is closed. And the post office is not delivering the mail. The governor has declared a state of emergency, and the police have even cancelled crime. Adding insult to injury, last night our power company declared a gas supply emergency requesting that everyone set thermostats no higher than 65 degrees lest we run out of that commodity before the weather changes and the state can reopen.
On the plus side, we still have power. That makes this a perfect time to sit in my sweats with a warm blanket, a hot cup of coffee, and a computer on my lap, to reflect a little more about my time last fall in the warmth of Savannah, Georgia. In my last post I wrote about the city's oldest independent bookstore, E. Shaver. As luck would have it, after that delightful visit and a tasty lunch in the historic district, my husband and I still had a bit of time to look for another shop I had heard about, so off we went in search of Books on Bay.