THE SPRINGS BOTTOMS ARE A SANDY SILT MATERIAL AND DUE TO VEGETATION ALL AROUND THE PERIMETER OF THE SPRING HEADS THIS REFLECTIVE BOTTOM INTENSIFIES THE COLOR OF THE AQUIFER WATER AROUND THE MOUTH AND THE TRAIL OF SPRING WATER TO ITS DESTINATION IN THE RIVER WHICH HAS MORE OF A TANNIN COLOR DUE TO VEGETATION DECOMPOSITION .
Where is it??
Ok thanks bud. I do volunteer work for FindaGrave.com and enter names into their database so families may find their ancestors. Just wondering if this cemetery and names of those buried there are entered into FindaGrave. I didn't seem to find any cemetery listed that is in that location.
Let me know about your Vieques experience
Yes...I wish I were headed that way right now.
Beautiful imagen, like
"Harvard on the Hill" actually Tri-County Technical College (Pendleton Campus)
Cherry Road crossing brush/timber recycling center for Clemson University formerly the Old Coal yard
Hopewell - historic homestead of Gen Andrew Pickens, USA (Revolutionary War era) whose is buried at nearby Old Stone Church cemetary