Chevron was the first thing I thought of when seeing the headstones from this point of view. Here we are at Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery again. After what some people commented about yesterday on how everything was so straight and aligned, I thought I would clarify that when we stopped by Rosecrans, the Department of Veterans Affairs was underway with a project that entailed the raising and realigning of headstones and grave markers, which is why everything looks so straight.
The unfortunate thing was that the more scenic areas that overlook the bay, San Diego and the very long rows of headstones that follow the rolling hills were currently undergoing the "transformation" and were obstructed by heavy machinery, backhoe equipment, or turf that was dug into.
Photo taken August 15, 2012.
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