06.29.20

A Little Help From Our Friends

Sonia Thompson

More and more friends of Splinter Creek have recently come out to enjoy the warm weather, swimming, fishing, and hiking at the property. We love seeing the land and lakes through fresh eyes, and we asked them to share a few photos of their visits with us.

Photo courtesy of Sarah Ligon

If you're in the north Mississippi area and you'd like to visit, just email info@splintercreekms.com for access and directions. Please tag us on social media @splintercreek on Instagram or Facebook or email us your photos. We look forward to welcoming you to our 650 acres!

Photo courtesy of Sarah Ligon

Photo courtesy of Sarah Ligon

Sarah Ligon and her family visited the Community Porch to fly kites and picnic. "It was my daughter’s birthday, and I worried she would be sad not to be able to have a party with all of her friends," Ligon said. "But we took a cake to the dock and flew kites and blew bubbles, and she said she had the loveliest birthday ever."

Photo courtesy of Adrienne Brown-David

Photo courtesy of Adrienne Brown-David

Adrienne Brown-David visited the Community Porch with her daughters and friends. "We love visiting Splinter Creek because it’s so peaceful. My girls can swim, explore the woods, and birdwatch," she said.

Photo courtesy of Joe York

Photo courtesy of Joe York

Joe York brought his daughter and son (along with his drone photography skills) to Splinter Creek to explore. "These past months have been insane to say the least," York said. "Splinter Creek has become a refuge for us and a place to silence the noise outside and connect with the quiet grace of God’s creation. We swim, we fish, we lie like seals sunning on the dock, and for a minute everything is calm, and peaceful, and good."

Photo courtesy of Maggie Richardson

Maggie Richardson and Brandon Faust visited with their dog Kenobi. "Splinter Creek is the most peaceful and beautiful place for miles around. It's great to get away there," Richardson said. "A friend of mine said it feels like you’re in Colorado, rather than Mississippi, when you’re out there."

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