|Thanks to Mr. Lincoln, the kids got their badges.|
|Zombies in Georgia? How'd they ever get in?|
Does any of this make sense? No. Let me back up...
|Kids at Sally Port Drawbridge over Moat|
Located near Savannah on Cockspur Island, Fort Pulaski is a 19th century pentagonal fortress built from 1827 to 1842 of brick and mortar and surrounded by a moat. Created to protect the port of Savannah from foreign attacks, it is ironic that it did not see battle until America was at war with itself. The fort gained its place in military history during its 1862 battle which proved the new weapon technology could easily take out old building materials. Brick and mortar was no match for the rifled cannon.
Occupied by Union soldiers for the remainder of the war, Fort Pulaski saw some of the first baseball games ever played. It holds a place in Baseball history as the location of one of the oldest photographs of baseball.
The kids discovered all this history while completing their final assignment for their badge.
So where do zombies come in?
|Never fear, Lincoln is here!|
|Did they get bit? Looking a little zombie-like to me...|
Good thing Greg got them out of there quickly; with all their new found knowledge, the kids would have made a great snack between takes... Brains! Brains!