Nameless not a friendly place

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User: SLJohnson - 7/15/2011

Location: Nameless Cemetery

Rating: 2stars


I would have ranked this area higher but the Manager of this area is not friendly to strangers.  I have visited this site and enjoyed checking out the pioneer cemetary and reading the historical markers. But was told by one of the "Land Managers" who are the LTEEA, that  they "don't care to have strangers lurking around the area" and that they only welcome people who have a specific purpose, for being there, on the premises. Such as decorating a grave or attending a meeting in the old school house. Otherwise you're not welcome.

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