Thank you so much for your response! So glad that you are seeing the lake site. The other one doesn’t really work. I also figured out the only time that I access that layout is when I follow the link to my site from my subscription emails. Any other time I get the new layout.
Last night Lois, Wendy (our new school teacher) and I went down to Jekyll Island for the express purpose of getting some full moon pictures. Unfortunately it was too cloudy on the horizon and we didn’t see the moon until it was well up into the sky.
We enjoyed a delicious BBQ supper from Sonnys, eating at a pavilion looking over the dunes toward the water. It was quite humid but breezy. Of course the breeze stayed until we started playing putt-putt and then it was just humid. Real humid. So when you see these pictures, try to think of them in that light. Not all is paradise here.
The sea oats are in their prime. The are beautiful as well as functional. The plants help keep the dunes from blowing away. It is illegal to pick them as well as walk on the dunes.
Here is a place on the island that is not protected by rocks or dunes. The oak trees at the northern end of the island are dead, their root systems washed out by the water. This area is called Driftwood Beach.
The lighthouse from St. Simons is in the center O of the picture below.
There was a beautiful red sun but by the time we got to the other end of the island the sun was behind the clouds.
Except for when it became vaguely visible before it dropped over the horizon.