Saturday, March 29, 2008

Right down below my house is a tiny little church. It was established in the 1800's and though no longer used regularly, once a year the families of the origional members have services there and "dinner on the grounds." That means lunch outside. All the ladies bring their specialities. This picture is of a picnic table there, build many years ago by a member. It really amazes me, the design is interesting and it has weathered hot sun, terrible storms and all the elements for who knows how many years. Yet here it stands, sturdy as can be.
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amy said...

I love ancient old churches that still have dinner on the grounds once a year! My dad used to take me to one in the north Florida boonies (near Jasper, I think) that was mesmerizing.

amy said...

Of course, I'm one of those weird people who really likes cemetaries, too. I love the history . . . things that have been unchanged for so many years.