I hope everyone had a wonderful Labor Day!
I am so ready to say goodbye to summer.
It has been such a scorcher here.
And the humidity, wow.
We have had to get used to that after enjoying the
humid free summers in Black Mountain.
Monday, we drove through the tiny town of Martin.
If you blinked, you would miss it. But Larry Denzil sure
did not miss this bridge. We had to stop and take a picture.
His middle name in all its glory and spelled correctly to boot!
On our way home, we stopped at Dils Cemetery in Pikeville.
This is about a mile from our house.
Randolph McCoy of the Hatfield and McCoy dispute is buried here.
My kids fell in love with this grave because of her name,
Ethan being so sweet! I love this little boy!
A view of downtown from the cemetery hill top.
There to the left, on the opposite hill top is UPike.
This is the grave of Roseanna McCoy, the daughter who fell
in love with Jonesy Hatfield and had his baby.
My kids always love a good photo op.