Cassville is one of those towns built on a little strip of flat land down in a river valley. Real estate was in short supply. And for a cemetery anything too close to the river was out. You just wouldn't want the remains of your loved ones to go tumbling towards New Orleans during one of the frequent floods.
So they perched it up on a lonely bluff some distance out of town. And in keeping with this week's theme it had a single Tree Shaped Tombstone.
An odd shape, quite stout. I wonder if the McKemmie family tended a bit in that direction.....
I like to take close ups of little features. Nothing remarkable here, just lichen and moss on a leaf carved from stone.