DYING. This is why I keep coming here even though I live in Reedy Creek.
Let’s not forget the rock at Libby Terrace with the plaque on it commemorating that signature view of Richmond. Come to think of it, the rock might be there and the view covered up soon, so better go see both of them while they are still there.
Another important Church Hill rock (and this one more poignant) is the memorial stone to the Richmond police officer who was killed in the line of duty.
YES! Rock on, John!
too bad you can’t photograph the rocks in my head
#3 – “Another important Church Hill rock (and this one more poignant) is the memorial stone to the Richmond police officer who was killed in the line of duty.”
That’s Mongo’s (Officer McMahon’s) rock, it’s in Libby Hill Park but on the south side of Franklin Street, just before the intersection with 28th. He died in October 1998, a time I will not soon forget. John, you’re missing one, sorry! Otherwise, I like this post a lot, thanks!
I think there should be a picture of the most prolific rocks in all of Church Hill — those belonging to Mike Britt. Actually now that I think about it, those would be stones, not rocks.
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