Sep 21 I Have Been Seeing Things, Just Not Sharing Oh, this is in that big cemetery in Berry Hill. Way in the back, there’s this stuff. Here’s a spring house. Here’s the spring. There was no cannon. This is cemetery marble being used as landscaping stone. I love wooden shingles. I went looking for the graves of Isaac Franklin’s parents. I don’t think these are them. In the woods you can just make out the house of Isaac Franklin’s father. These are Isaac Franklin’s slave cabins. Read the sign and laugh with me. The cabins to me look like they’ve been remodeled over the years. You can see the different brick. The blacksmith’s shop was built after the war. This building I could not figure out. It was kind of sunken and surrounded by a concrete moat. It has these open windows. A small door. At one point, clearly water came out of this building and into the creek. Here’s the front. It looks like the door has been reworked, so possibly, it was one thing and then another. Things have been bricked up on this side. I took this picture solely because I know nm enjoys good brick work and the curves on the bricks at the top was pretty nice. Repair or fillig in an opening? I wasn’t sure. I was thinking this was a mill, but it has a chimney? Grain dust and fire seems like a bad combo. Water surely came out here, right? Here’s how it’s situated in the landscape. I’ve been here a bunch. Never noticed how pretty the floor is. There he is. I took these next pictures because they show how related everyoneone was back then.