We headed down 205 to Airport Road and attempted to find a cemetery from the map. NO LUCK. Then we headed to Mt. Vision and tried for another cemetery or two. NO LUCK. We didn't want to be late for Softball's spring event at Neahwa Park in Oneonta, so we quit looking for cemeteries and headed to Brooks house of BBQ so we could pick up our lunch. Leslie treated me to a checken dinner and a piece of pie, which we took to Neahwa Park with us.
This is a picture of the LOG for the event!
and this is one of several pictures I took of the participants in this great event! That's Mr.Science in the shorts and light blue T-shirt!
Then Leslie and I headed out to continue our search for a small, old cemetery. This time we headed towards Gilbert Lake, were we continued to use the map and continued to have NO LUCK! We did eventually find a very small family plot on Potato Farm Road (at the location of the replica of Stonehenge), but it was not a suitable place to hide a geocache, but I did take a few pictures. Here is one:
Further searching in the Town of Laurens continued to be disappointing. The strangest thing was that the map shows an absolutely HUGE cemetery right on Brewster Hill Road, but we could not find any trace of it. So once again it was NO LUCK!!!
Before heading back to the convenience store in Laurens to get Leslie's car, we stopped at KNAPP PARK in Laurens to eat our strawberry-rhubarb pie, which was very good! It was neat to see this dove protecting her nest in the rafters of the gazebo. We were successful in finding the nano geocache hidden in the little park.
It was a great day in spite of our inability to achieve our goal! My full set of pictures taken today are here: