1177 Santa Margarita, Fallbrook
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The first recorded community celebration at the Masonic Cemetery was on Memorial Day, 1922. When a memorial service was conducted by the minister of the First Baptist Church of Fallbrook, after the services were concluded the graves were decorated with flowers.
Personal Experience: This is an old Masonic cemetery, which I am aware is quite intriguing to at least a handful of you out there. The air was so fresh out here, which is something I have been craving more than anything lately. Everything was so calm and peaceful. If you haven't been out to Fallbrook yet, make a day trip and start exploring! It's filled with trails and greenery. There's plenty to be unearthed.
This beautiful, crooked tree was far taller than all the trees of the same species around it. I reckon it got some great nutrients from below!
The air was so fresh out here, the weather perfect and wind chimes playing all around us. I laid on the grass for awhile and just stared at the sky. It was so peaceful:
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