Lighthouse by Eugenia Price

Yesterday I wrote about Eugenia Price and mentioned her St. Simons Trilogy.  Today I thought I would continue the theme and write about the first book in the Trilogy, “Lighthouse.” “Lighthouse” was originally published in 1971.  It was the third book in the Trilogy, although the first chronologically.  Eugenia started with “Beloved Invader” set after …

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Eugenia Price and St. Simons Island

Although St. Simons Island is rich in history, many people who come to St. Simons do so to find out more about a beloved author, Eugenia Price.  Consequently, Tom and I need to know about Eugenia Price in order to answer questions visitors ask at Fort Frederica.  Her inspirational novels started a completely new genre …

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Prayer: Placebo or Power?

Today Tom and I returned to Wesley United Methodist Church.  Rev. Patton, who is the Senior Pastor and who preached last week, was not there.  Instead, Rev. Gene Yates, the Pastor of Pastoral Care, gave the message.  His theme was “Prayer:  Placebo or Power?”  I liked the theme and the way he organized his message. …

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St. Simons Island, Georgia

Tom and I arrived at St. Simons Island to begin our winter job at Fort Frederica National Monument.  We got here on Tuesday and started work on Wednesday.  Before we started work, however, we had a little time to explore the island and orient ourselves. St. Simons Island is an island off the coast of …

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Signs Everywhere We Go

In 2015 I wrote a post about signs along the way: some of the signs we had seen in various places in our travels.  Since then we have seen a lot more signs.  In fact, we see signs everywhere we go.  Big signs, little signs, signs of hope, signs of despair, signs of warning and …

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German Village Redux

Before we left Ohio and 2016, Tom and I had time for a final adventure day with my parents.  After discussing what we wanted to do, we decided that they would come down to Columbus and we would go to German Village.  We wanted to visit the Book Loft again and we knew we would …

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