I actually didn't get a picture of the famous Kanuga Toast. It's like a giant crouton, and it's sooooo good. There are many other good things about Kanuga besides the food (it's on the brain). Like:
1. Being in a place where AT&T doesn't get service. At all. You might think I'm being sarcastic, but it's so wonderful being free of constant connectivity (except when it's Father's Day and you need to call your dad. Hey, Dad!).
2. Being in the mountains, on a body of water, surrounded by trees, without mosquitoes, and 20 degrees cooler than it would be in your regular life.
3. Running the trails around the lake and able to breathe in without being terrified of Suffocation by Humidity.
6. New friends (and old ones).
7. Green, green, green, green, green. Everywhere.
8. Rocking chairs that beat the pants of Cracker Barrel's.
9. Beautiful worship spaces, eg: nature.
10. Did I mention the food?
11. All the plays-on-words you can make with "Kanuga."
This was my first time to Kanuga, and it was restful, beautiful, FUN, big, exciting, and more. I love Kanuga, and I love DuBose, and I love camp. All sorts of camp...doesn't matter what we're doing, I just love camp. No matter what, I end up learning more about others, about God, and about myself. It's amazing what a few days in fellowship without cell phone service in some good, quality creation.
Here are some pictures from outside:
Please keep in mind that I don't have fancy editing software, so I can't edit panoramics very well. Sorry this is ugly, but try to see the whole picture. This is the lake, and it's pretty.
To see more photos, you can look at my album on fb.
I wish I had Jeff Dunham's Achmed the Dead Terrorist to provide you with this message: If you steal my photos---I keel yew.