Great Historical place

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User: GeocachersWay - 7/24/2011

Location: Nameless Cemetery

Rating: 1star


I really liked the area but was made to feel like an intruder!

They don't put out the welcome mat here as they discourage your presence when all you want to do is check out the cemetary and historic school house.  If they don't like visitors then they should (LTEEA) probably purchase the property and put up "No Trespassing Signs". Otherwise leave people alone who are just visiting and not harming anything!

I thought this area was "Public Lands" supported by Tax Payers?


Area around Nameless Cemetery
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