We’ve been here, near Smoky Mountains National Park, for over a year and have only begun to explore a tiny corner of these amazing Beauty-Monuments (as Muir would say). Photos on this magnificent day: From Purchase Knob near Maggie Valley, NCRead More Smoky Mountain Skies
On his 1000-mile walk from Indiana to Florida in 1867, John Muir sauntered into Savannah, Georgia and couldn’t find a safe place to sleep, and he was almost out of money. So he wandered into Bonaventure Cemetery on the edge of town and slept under the huge, old live-oaks there, branches drooping with Spanish moss. […]Read More Sleeping in a Graveyard!
The Sea Island people of the East Coast of the United States have a unique culture, language, spirituality and connection to family. Direct descendants of slaves brought from Angola, Sierra Leone and other African lands, the Gullah (or Geechee) still live along the Gullah Corridor from North Carolina to Florida. Of course, the Loving God of […]Read More Islands of the Gullah