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"Talk to the foot!"
This beautiful rock wall was built in 1857 under the direction of Judge James Trice who leased a slave from Barnesville who was a qualified rock mason. The wall surrounds the largest family cemetery in the country, Trice Cemetery.
Winter's trail of peaceful solitude
Nearly dilapidated, yet still exalted in character.
Our walking trail
Still welcoming light into a forgotten entity.
An enchanted place..... Built in the early 1900's of native stone and flagstone walkways.
desolation amongst the daffodils
Winter's raging river as the sun is headed down for the night.
Enthusiasm for John Deer
The door to History...
An old friend from down the street with a lovely set of choppers. (He loves to laugh but apparently doesn't take much of an interest in brushing his teeth!)
An outstanding representative of it's kind!
Looking like a true survivor
Dave at Crystal Hill
A beautiful old southern farm on a cloudy winter's afternoon.
"Are you thinking what I'm thinking?"
All hail to the queen!
Greg Jr. Coming in for a landing.
Dog Crossing, USA
C.F.Hays Jr.... Still the place to shop.
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