Well, here I sit, far from home, in the Deep South. We're traveling this weekend for Adam to preach in Alabama. I've taken a few random photos along the way.
First of all, I've wanted for years to get a shot of this "peachy" water tower. It's just across the state line, as you go from N. Carolina to S. Carolina. I was about to call it a "Georgia Peach," but I think my South Carolinian friends would be offended at that!
By the way, Anna really liked the college. I think she'd like to attend there; now we just have to see about the big issue for all families looking at college these days: the money. College is rather expensive! We're hoping it will work out at Toccoa. They have a great cross-cultural major that Anna's interested in. The college has historically been very strong in missions/cross-cultural studies.
As we drove further south, I noticed the Spanish moss begin to appear. The trees are downright shaggy! It's such romantic-looking stuff. I also saw about a mile of roadside forest, and all the underbrush was these short palm tree/bushes. I'd never seen them growing wild before! Amazing. I pulled out my camera too late, though.
Have a great weekend! I'll be sure to post any more fun pictures I come across.