We’re at beautiful Eastbank COE campground on the Georgia/Florida border. There is not much to do except fishing and a couple of short trails. But soaking in the beauty is a full-time job! It’s a quiet, heavenly place to relax. It’s also only $11 a day with our senior pass. We’ve spent much of the day reading, doing crosswords and walking Sheba. And admiring the lake view from our door and all of the windows.
We are also having to make sure everything that touches the ground is sprayed with bug spray. There are tiny ants everywhere.
Sheba has been more combative when other dogs are walked by our site than usual. I’m guessing she’s getting tired of having to be tied up all the time. And little Sunny is exhibiting symptoms similar to an elderly person with Alzheimers. It’s stressful for him and for us.
These sunset photos are all unretouched. The colors were more magnificent than my camera could show. And if I had retouched them to make them match the splendor my eyes saw, no one would believe it anyway!
The coots are so numerous here that it is startling. At first we thought they were trash floating on the water. Then we realized they were coots. There are hundreds of them.
We plan to go to Bainbridge tomorrow to shop and look around.
And Wayne, we haven’t seen an alligator, but with all those coots out there, they probably do just fine without ever coming ashore! 🙂