The roads meet (1 dirt road and two paved ones) at this field:
This little cemetery is way, way, way out in the middle of nowhere. This photo is covers pretty much the entire site. There is nothing for miles in any direction, except for these few stones.
Most of the stones were handmade and most of the graves dated from the 1930's. (Anchient history in this part of the country!)
There are a few newer graves and a few professional headstones. There are also some new headstones that are marking graves with previously handmade stones. Some of the handmade stones show evidence that someone has redone the lettering to make it legible again. The cemetery itself is recently mowed and seems to be taken care of.
This is marks a grave of one of the slightly more recent burials:
Do you think she got an answer when she called?