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... colored Blue Jays and Red Cardinals along with other unidentified birds. Then on our camping trip I was blessed to see a mama wood duck with a large family of baby ducks, want to talk about adorable! I also sighted a large frog and a baby snake when I was collecting fire wood. I am a firm believer that if you are one with nature, nature will be one with you and this is easily seen with all my animal encounters.
... fund raising goal is $1,500 which will allow me to serve the Lord this summer while at OMC. The Bible states that “each of you should give what he has decided in his heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver,” (2 Cor 9:7). If you are able to contribute, checks can be made out and mailed to OMC. I ask you to please consider supporting me as I faithfully embark on this mission. Thank you in advance and God bless ...
Monday morning, we had breakfast at the hotel and then packed up our
stuff and checked out. We headed back to Pisgah Forest one more time.
On FSR-475, we continued past Cove Creek Group Camp and parked at the
trailhead for Toms Spring Falls. There are a number of primitive
camping sites along FSR 137, so the parking lot was almost full. After
getting out stuff together, we hiked across Davidson River on the
bridge and turned right on FSR 5046. It was just a ...
was the first day we started our breakfast schedule. Everyone is
divided into families and each day the families are responsible for
meals. Today was Amanda's group, which includes Kyle, Danielle,
Marty, and Tesla. We had cereal and pop tarts for breakfast. Once
everyone was done with breakfast, we had a short devotion before we
left to hit the trail. The trail we did today is called Waternob, and
boy was it steep. Everyone made it ...
... out just how to get at that food she could smell up there. Actually, it’s impressive that the bears even associate the cables with food, though it could just be residual odors from human hands that draw their interest.
Back at the tent, we sat down to read in the last hours of sunlight. Within minutes, huge drops of rain spotted the pages of my book. Luckily, we’d learned to be prepared for sudden downpours and we were able to get camp secured and ...