We often can't appreciate even the simplest things because we're so deeply immersed in life's complexity. It's best to step back and simply observe -- that's where the camera can be a useful tool.
While doing the Laurel Hill Wildlife Drive in the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge we came upon a scene I've never witnessed before. Two alligators, one smaller then the other, faced off with the outcome of the larger gator quickly killing the smaller one.
"There is no abstract art. You must always start with something. Afterward you can remove all traces of reality." -- Pablo Picasso
Yesterday, an uneventful 210 mile drive brought us to Hardeeville, SC, half-way to our final job training destination of Myrtle Beach, SC. We'll stay here a few days before continuing on to Myrtle Beach for a week of training.
One of the advantages of RVing is having a familiar roof over your head, no matter where you may travel. Unfortunately, without some TLC that familiar roof may not feel so cozy as it begins to look worn, dirty or perhaps leak!
We traveled a little over 240 miles yesterday from Holt, Florida, located in the western panhandle, to Lake Park, Georgia. It's our first move outside of Florida in almost three months and we were certainly ready to leave!