After the side trips to the Robertville Baptist Church and the ruins of the Black Swamp Plantation, Sugar, Sugar’s cud’n, and I headed on to that day’s meeting place, The Church of the Heavenly Rest.
Sugar and I had been to the Church of the Heavenly Rest before – you can click here to read that post. But. We’d never been inside, and today was going to be our lucky day. The meeting place was the site of a continental breakfast (yea pretty coffee), a business meeting, and two – count ’em, two – speakers, then lunch! After the presentations, we had to wait a bit for lunch to be ready, so I wandered around taking photos.
I’m going to try something new with the photos. I’ll post some thumbnails, and you can click each one to enlarge. And, in the previous post about the Church of the Heavenly Rest, I said the stained glass window at the rear of the church was Jesus. It’s not – it’s a heavenly angel, supposedly made in the likeness of a real person as a memorial to her (I didn’t catch the person’s name – my hearing is lacking).
Later: Woodstock, Woodside, and Jericho plantations!