Snow Camp | NC
"We're a sleepy town and we love our history," says Nelda Stephens of Snow Camp, "but we have a lot of youngins to keep us on our toes."
Corn fields on the way to Snow Camp.
Hayden Wilson takes in the last rays of sunlight as he finishes cleaning out an old barn on his family's farm.
Graves by the Camp Creek Quaker meeting house in Snow Camp date back to the revolutionary war. Some even claim that the unmarked graves are those of British soldiers from when Cornwallis marched through these parts.
Nelda Stephens reminisces the days she rode this tractor with her father as they harvested their fields. "We were so much more connected in those days... we had to be we were all we had."
The volunteer fire department watches over a controlled burn on one of the fields on the Stephens' farm.
Great Grandmother's house now.
Great Grandmother's house, when the tree was still alive.
Sisters Piper (left) and Elizabeth (right) are distant relatives to the Stephen's family on their father's side.
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