As you pull up a narrow driveway back onto the property, its as if the world drops away. Tall mature trees oaks, magnolias? and pines surround several structures...the two main buildings and some out buildings. The grounds are strewn with pine needles, hiding the pavement so you are transported back in time.
I did not go up to the main building, as I had the feeling I was being intrusive. Will try to go for a service so I feel more like a participant, rather than a tourist. Seeing the graveyard alone was worth the stop.
If you are wondering, Third Haven is a derivation of Tred Avon which is the river that goes into Easton.
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