I must not be ready to hang it up because it’s nice to be back in the studio this morning after a week away. I’ll admit it was pretty cool to silence my alarm clock during the break but I wasn’t snarling when it went off very early this morning. Kathy and I spent the week last week vacationing with friends enjoying the history in and around the Savanna Georgia area. It was interesting to learn that the kind of shortages we’re seeing at restaurants in our area are an issue there too. I was disappointed to learn that there was no crab available at Joe’s Crab shack, but the seafood we did enjoy was outstanding. History is a big revenue generator in the Savanna area and maybe that’s why there’s been no push to remove civil war statues or other reminders remaining from the war between the states. The reputation southerners have gained for being friendly to visitors was in evidence everywhere we went. I was surprised to find that none of the radio stations in the Savanna/Hilton Head area that I heard had anything like a local morning radio . Everything was piped in from another city far away. Local radio is something too many of us probably take for granted. If you can put up with the ordeal that traveling by air has become, a trip to Savanna would I think be well worth your time. It’s another item I’ve taken off my personal bucket list. That’s the way I see it.