One of my favorite sayings….. All who wander are not lost.
I’ve written about this before but I’ll do it again. I love to see what is around the next corner, I love studying a map, and there is always something else I want to see. So on my way home from Hart Square (see previous posts Hart Square and Hart Square Part Two) I wandered into Lincolnton, NC.
Along the downtown streets I saw several of these pots. How cool is that!!?? It was from a project called Pots on Parade celebrating the fold art tradition of pottery in North Carolina.
I then ran across this Kerr Mill, in Sloan Park, an 1823 grist mill that houses a museum of Early Americana. Open 1 pm until 7 pm Saturday and Sunday. By appointment Monday, Thursday, and Friday.
There is my turtle shell in the background!
There was a nice gentleman there taking photos too and he suggested I go see this church.
And my last stop was in Spencer, I was too late to tour the NC Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC but still got to see the Depot.
North Carolina is a beautiful and diverse state, I’ve lived here since 1989 and wander every chance I get but there is still more to see!