The Middle Tennessee Veteran Cemetery on McCrory Lane was previously an old dairy farm and the rock building was the barn on the old farm.
My blog friend Duta did a post once about it being a Jewish tradition to leave a rock on the grave you visited. I found that most interesting so I left one for Walley Coyote (my affectionate name for Walter) His wife was called Monk by all and I know not why. Both were delightful to be around . RIP
The large flag was silent to mark the occasion.
These photos were taken from left to right and there are many graves for those who served our country to keep the freedoms that we have. Do not take these in vain.
People were gathering for a service for those who had died this year. At 11 AM all the names of those who died this year were read and a bell rang after each name. The worker who directed us to park advised that another service for the Flag would be held at 3 PM. We encountered several people putting flowers on graves or taking photos. If you have not gone to a Veteran Cemetery then it is something you should put on your to do list. The Kitty Justice is to bend your head in prayer and thank God for Vets.