Okefenokee Swamp reminds me of home, Louisiana. The difference is it is a wild life refuge in Southern Georgia. In Louisiana, we would see an occasional alligator in a bayou or river (one scary memory I have is of swimming and one being in the Tickfaw River with us). However, in the Okefenokee, everything is in multiplied. On our short two mile jaunt through the swamp, we saw over 40 alligators and an abundance of Spanish moss.
A Mesa Moment for sure! Quiet, beautiful land, barely touched by humans. It is here you understand nature’s cycles without human interference. It is in a place like this that you can easily see and find God!