Images of Autumn
Fall color

Fall color

Barn in field

Barn in field

Country Road

Country Road

Old Barn

Old Barn

scare crows

scare crows

Centennial Farm

Centennial Farm

Centennial Farm

Centennial Farm

Lake in Fall

Lake in Fall

fall color

fall color

leaves

leaves

leaves

leaves

Lake in fall

Lake in fall

mums

mums

Old Farmhouse

Old Farmhouse

Bluegrass band

Bluegrass band

Katy Trail

Katy Trail

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N. Carolina Waterfall

N. Carolina Waterfall

full moon

full moon

scare crow

scare crow

House of Refuge at Gilbertís Bar is the only remaining House of Refuge.
The name Gilbertís Bar (which means Gilbert's reef or shoal) is attributed to Don Pedro Gilbert.  Born in the 1800s somewhere on the South American continent, Gilbert was a talented seaman and privateer for Colombia.

Gilbert was fond of the inlet into the Indian River along Hutchinson Island, with its high sand dunes along the barrier island that offered some protection from being located by passing
ships at sea.

The story was that Gilbert frequently positioned himself on high ground, specifically at Mount Pisgah, which is 57 feet and located at the northern end of Sewallís Point, today just south of
the former Frances Langford-Evinrude estate.  Here they would lay in wait to prey on passing cargo ships.

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