Later, while just riding through a neighboring town, we found a Confederate cemetary (well, mostly Confederate)...and, we stopped to look and read markers and statues.
The second picture was the stump grave up closer. It was kind of wierd, but kind of unique. :)
This was of a small building down the hill, but in another section of the cemetary. Upon closer inspection, I think it may have been a crematorium of some sort, but I am not sure. Anyone know what this is?
I did try and peek in the hole, but I had no light source. It was a crack in the door of the curved building of the previous picture.
In the middle of the cemetary, near the front, was a statue. We found it to be neat, because the statue was made of strong metal and it seemed as though a huge force wind had caused it to be pushed forward on the weight of itself. The statue itself was quite neat, but it was educating in itself to show my son the effects of where the statue had pushed forward on itself and it still was able to compensate somewhat, by bending and yielding to some of the weight and carrying the burden of the weight in other ways.
If you look at the bottom of the statue in the picture below, you will be able to see some of the buckling on the top sub-base that has the names of the militia on it. You can tell how the sides are higher than the middle. The sides are kind of bubbled up a bit.