Don’t mind me, I’m just a piece of driftwood!
Another great reminder; in cemetery preservation, the goal is to help record history, not become it. Be mindful of your surroundings, at all times.
Tread smartly, and carefully.♥
Filed under Brunswick County, New Hanover County, North Carolina
Tagged as Cape Fear River, cemetery, Cemetery Tips, family history, genealogy, Lower Cape Fear, North Carolina, Preservation, Tidewater, Virginia, Wilmington
Creepy but beautiful place…. my brothers and I enjoyed it very much. Thank you for the memories.
I wouldn’t even get close to that sign to read it never-less realize that is a gator.
We were pointing out the location of a former gator sighting to my father, and…hello!
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