In March, 2011, we visited Bermuda and stayed near St. Peter’s church in the town of St. George.
This church is thought to be the oldest continually used church in the Western Hemisphere. The original church was built in 1612. Many parts of the current building originated from the structure built in 1713. There are two graveyards on the site.
I took the photo below simply because the tree is amazing – I had no idea that this is thought be a 500-year-old cedar.