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I can't believe it's 71 degrees in the middle of November. No snow neither! But I'll take it!
Almost looks like some grain fields up top on my way over from the mines down to Wagontown
What came to mind as I sat here in awe was the song America the Beautiful...and amber waves of grain! Yep, that's what I was thinking.
Went up, down, and around some hills and finally made it to Wagontown Cemetery
My thought was the wrought iron fencing around the graves was before a fence was put up around the cemetery but I don't know that for sure. Just something I made up to satisfy my own question of why.
So, is the fence to protect the tree or did a tree grow up in a grave?
And being it was Veterans Day I paid my respects. Side note, 1983 was the newest date I saw. Most burial dates were from the late 1800's to very early 1900's.
End of Part 1