Here we are with a waterfront campsite at West Point Lake in Georgia. This was really a nice campsite on the water in a cove. The last morning we were there the water was just as flat and reflective as could be. I went out to see if it was going to be a “photo opp” and sure enough it was. So here’s my “Mirrored Image”.
It seems like the three Corps of Engineers campgrounds that we camped at, Sweetwater, West Point and Eastbank, all had Canadian Geese residing in the park. Gee “Three of a Kind”. I was fortunate enough to get some pictures of Mom and Pop with their young ones. Here’s a picture of the parents and “Three of a Kind” times 2.
Several times I attempted to satisfy this theme but to no avail. Recently while camped on a lake, Barb spotted this lone fisherman all by himself out on the lake in the late afternoon and said there’s a good “Silhouette”. When I looked, I thought immediately, that’s a good “Silhouette”.
Parked here on Lake Seminole at Eastbank Corps of Engineers Campground we are just across from the Jim Woodruff Lock and Dam. This lake was created by damming the Chattahoochee and Flint Rivers which created the Apalachicola river.
Sitting outside last night I noticed that there was plenty of light across the lake at the dam so I thought here’s my opportunity for a “Nightime” image.
The current camping trip we are on is Roadtrip #8, The Reunion Tour. We have visited with friends we haven’t seen in from 18 to 55 years. And as my college roommate said, “At this rate, we won’t see each other for another 54 years and 11 months”. During these visits, lots and lots of “Memories” were talked about. Also with these visits, more “Memories” were made. Here are just a few pictures taken during the trip.
Arnie Petrus, my college “roomie” at Western Kentucky University in 1961.
Nolan and Sandra Oakes. Nolan and I served aboard the USS Mount Baker (AE4) in the Western Pacific in 1967.
In thinking out this post, I felt I had two options: Spread it out over two weeks as the challenge is designed or think a little outside the box and post two weeks challenges in one week. Being an imaginative kind of guy, I opted to combine. A couple of nights ago, we were camped in West Point, Georgia at R Shaefer Heard Campground and the weather was cooperative for us to grill, so we had grilled pork chops, twice baked potatoes and creamed onions. “Mealtime” was certainly “Mouthwatering”.