Last weekend we traveled again with the Georgia Conservancy. This time we rode the ferry to Sapelo Island, Georgia. As part of our service project we painted an old bus that is used on the island to move people and luggage. Over the years folks had written on it and treated it kind of like a bathroom wall. We freshened it up a bit and gave it some new clothes. Now when people see it waiting when they exit the ferry they can smile. If you ever visit Sapelo and go to Hog Hammock or the Reynolds Plantation you might just see it. Thanks to Bryan and the Georgia Conservancy for making this happen. It was a lot of fun painting somewhere you had to take a boat to get to.