Sometimes it’s just time to sit back and think about why things happened. August 29, was one of those days for me. I was sitting in a comfortable lawn chair in the back of the old drive shed where the horses and buggies were kept out of the rain and snow while their owners attended the old stone church on a hill in Greermount.
The memorial service for the church and cemetery was held in the drive shed this year instead of the beautiful 137-year-old church because with COVID restrictions in place there was not enough space in the church to social distance.
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