On Day 4 of our road trip Sue and I visited a place that was very special to her. Sue's first husband was an Episcopal priest. He was really a super guy and was the priest for the church I attended when he died unexpectedly. About 2 years later Sue and I became friends and nine and a half years ago we were marred. When she and her first husband chose an Episcopal Seminary they came to the University of the South at Sewanee, Tennessee. Sue had not been back for many years so we visited the campus.
The University of the South is an Episcopal University which includes a School of Theology although the majority of the students study in other areas. Many of the buildings are made of cut native stone, for example the classroom building and University Chapel above.
FLOWERS ON A PATH - [image: White flowers (umbelliferous, carrot family?) broken from their plant and thrown on tarmac path.]June 16th 2013 Tweet Umbel on tarmac.
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