Dry Stone Walls
Dry stone walls have been created for thousands of years and given the plentiful supply of Salem Limestone (or commonly referred to as Oolitic Limestone) in the area, there are a few wonderful examples of dry stone walls in Washington County that have marked the passage of time.
Pictured is a beautiful example of a dry stone wall providing a boundary to the Big Spring Church of Christ Cemetery.
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