Does anyone know why there are so many doors in these trailers? We're stumped.
My daughters would probably think there was a time I could have won this. The Hollerin Contest at Spivey Corners, North Carolina and it's "National" too.
I've posted about other local events our small towns host. I've been to all kinds of festivals, but this one is new to me.
Being fairly new to the south, I was not and am still not used to seeing grave markers or stones in fields or close to the road. This one was in a tobacco/cotton ( I've read both now) field, all around it was planted. Close, was another one.
Standing in one spot I was able to snap both of these pictures. At least this one had a fence. So, I wondered about that lonely marker, all alone in the field and had to go check it out.
Looks like Lizzie didn't make it back here to lie beside her husband, but I did find a article ( good ole google that says she is, in fact, buried next to her husband. Mr. Lee was a black man that farmed the these fields for years. The other stones, it says, also have the last name of Lee on them, but no first names. Puzzling isn't it?
Tomorrow I'll share our Diners, Drive ins and Dives experience and a couple of other things.