Friday, November 9, 2007
Signs of progress
The more you drive Dover Bluff Road, the more you will notice the changes in the landscape. Some are subtle, such as the gradual disappearing of pine trees as they are harvested and hauled to market. Now we can see the Live Oaks that are left on that property.
Another gradual change has been the water line that is headed east, punctuated methodically with shiny new red fire hydrants.
Dover Bluff is beginning to blossom into a community as new people move in and meet their neighbors. If you live on this road you might have seen a "door hanger" on your front door. I am the person who placed it there, and if you always use your back door, please check your front door. The door hanger is a not-so-subtle invitation to come to The Episcopal Church of Our Savior at Honey Creek and make this a part of your new home. Come to church in your own neighborhood.
The Rev. Linda McCloud
The Episcopal Church of Our Savior at Honey Creek
Photos: Fountain in the lake by
Sanctuary Cove Clubhouse;
Shiny new red fire hydrant on Dover Bluff
Posted by Linda McCloud+ at 6:00 AM