More is needed than this
The Curia on vaction.
Makes me appreciate the dangers the settlers of the Low Country faced hundreds of years ago---many of whom probably had never seen alligators before, and the seemingly infinite number of rattlesnakes and water moccasins! And some of those critters can be found in Augusta sometime---one gator recently was trapped in Lake Olmstead there, I guess coming into it from the Augusta Canal and the Savannah River. Lake Olsmtead of course is just down Raes Creek from Augusta National--wonder if any gators ever been spotted in that creek that separates the 11th and 12th holes on the back nine?
rcg, exactly! My first reaction was that Fr. Put this picture in this post by mistake. He meant to put it in the “...NEW SPRINGTIME OF THE NEW EVANGELIZATION...” post.
Bee here:I wonder what's in the water that they're eating. A school of fish that got caught in the inlet? Baby turtles hatching? Anyway, it's kind of a spooky image...gets right to that primal fear we all have. God bless.Bee
It does appear that there is plenty of fish there, maybe trapped during a tidal change. I thought the same thing about this being a great scene from some 1950’s style horror movie with gators taking over. The sounds of the video are quite creepy!
Are we sure this is Savannah and not Mar-a-Lago in Florida?#draintheswamp
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