History buffs, close your ears. Historical facts do not adhere to my mind in any way, shape or form. So I can't tell you anything about Fort Pulaski, near Tybee Island, Georgia, other than that they let military families in for free and that they had a lot of cannons dotted around the old fort. The brickwork and courtyard reminded me of the San Antonio Mission. It was all very pretty, but I'm not sure what happened there. Something Civil War-related.
As soon as I dubbed the room where they store barrels of gunpowder 'The Powder Room,' we were pretty much done with the tour.