Keeping all my Ducks in a Row at the “Little Duck Diner”



What could be more magical than having a rubber ducky floating around in a nice big glass of champagne?  The Little Duck Diner creates this fun addition to our childhood bath times, just with alcohol now. Located in the heart of downtown Savannah, Georgia, the Little Duck Diner serves breakfast and lunch all day. They have a variety of breakfast dishes from eggs, waffles and pancakes. They also have Asian inspired dishes along with burgers, sandwiches and tacos.

I started my order with La Colombe Coffee, which was very strong yet smooth at the same time. Next up, the Lavender Bubble Bath Bellini complete with a rubber ducky in the drink. I was very impressed with the drink, and it is definitely Instagram worthy. For an appetizer, I tried the Crab Risotto Balls. They were delicious, and the hint of risotto mixed with the crab was perfectly flavored. For my meal, I was in the mood for breakfast so I ordered the Egg and Sausage Croissant. The egg is fried and cage free, with sausage, cheese and home fries. It was good, but not amazing. I was more impressed with my drinks and the appetizer.

Next time, I plan to try a lunch item.  The portion sizes are perfect and you will not leave hungry. The Little Duck Diner is also very reasonably priced. The next time you are exploring downtown Savannah, stop in and try this little gem.

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Living within “The Walking Dead”

Photo by Tara Fisher

Two weeks ago, Savannah, Georgia received the news that we had to evacuate due to Hurricane Matthew. It was not exactly how I wanted October to begin. After about five break downs and pondering what in my house I should take with me, I accepted the fact that this could be the end. Life could change, and everything we see in the movies could actually happen.

The next day, I packed up my car and drove to LaGrange, Georgia. LaGrange is actually 41 minutes from Senoia, Georgia, which is the home of “The Walking Dead.” I laughed to myself as I drove through an actual town named Woodbury. The scenery was pretty on point to everything we see in the TV show. I decided I would make the most of this adventure and visit Senoia.

The main street of Senoia is exactly what we see in Season 3 of the series, which is the Governor’s creation of Woodbury.  As I walked down the main street, I was completely shocked to see the Alexandria Safe Zone right behind the main shops. There were also the train tracks that took the group to Terminus. Unfortunately there was no filming going on that day, but it was neat to see tour groups explaining many of the secrets of the show.

Photo by Tara Fisher
Photo by Tara Fisher

I was very pleased to see this small community so welcoming and proud to be part of the number one show on television. Residents would stop and talk about their encounters with the cast and crew. They loved telling others how welcoming the show has been to the area.

After observing the area, I checked out the Woodbury Shoppe. They sell exclusive merchandise from the show. There is also a downstairs area that has autographs and props from the show. Next door, is a small café named The Walking Dead Café, which specializes in coffee and other yummy desserts. I did not get a chance to eat at Norman Reedus and Greg Nicotero’s restaurant Nic and Norman’s, but it gives me a reason to go back.

Photo by Tara Fisher

Photo by Tara Fisher
Photo by Tara Fisher
Photo by Tara Fisher
Photo by Tara Fisher

I was blessed to return to my home with minimal damage, but did not have power for three days. Our city resembled a zombie apocalypse for about a week.  The night was quiet, and we could see the stars without all the pollution. Residents were leaving signs in area that said “if you loot we shoot.” Many had to cook on grills outside, and also use their camping skills with a Swiss army knife. It was an experience, and it makes us realize how electricity makes us feel safe.  The experience also teaches us to remember to not take what we have for granted.

Photo by Tara Fisher
Photo by Troy Fisher