Seasonal flooding and high water along the Lamoille River has become pretty standard, if inconvenient. Every year, water levels slowly rise until the Lamoille spills over its banks, and everything is pretty soggy for a few days before drying out.
It is said that the Loveland Cemetery in Johnson is reached by going up Ober Hill from Johnson Plains, turning left at a large white house, then half a mile to a cabin. Turn right and go about a quarter-mile. Burial grounds are marked by cedar posts and orange ribbon.
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