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    • DAVES89
      Especially with the tools they had to work with.
    • Ronnie
      When you look at those stones up close you can see most of them have markings on them where material has been chiseled away by hand to make them wedge shaped to form the radius of the tombs. The large square stones on the ends have the names and dates engraved on them. It must have took many days to make the tombs. The more I look at them the more I appreciate the work that went into them.
    • 2seater
      True that the Reatta windows aren't fast movers to start with but if they actually stop, is there any sound that accompanies that? Is the passengers window being operated from the passengers door? If so, it is very odd to have two motors go bad at the same time. Having found broken wires in the hinge areas of three different cars, always the drivers side, I would check for proper power and ground. 
    • 2seater
      Wow, those are very interesting and downright cool. A good reason to keep the missus very, very happy🙂
    • Ronnie
      Haha. No, but it might be possible to get into a Deliverance situation in that part of TN. Those people are a little different. It's the only place I've been where the cemetery has graves in it like this from back in the early 1800s. It's kind of scary to think they are my wife's ancestors. 🙂    
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