This might eventually get turned into some sort of meaty Ride Report, but for now, I figured my Scooter Homies would enjoy this kind of thing. My premise: when you don't have the money for a big tour, you concentrate on finding neat stuff nearby. And the nearby stuff is tailor-made for small scoots. I revisited the Dorothea Dix campus today. It was founded in 1856 as North Carolina's first hospital dedicated to the treatment of mental illness. First, some neat background on the namesake of this particular campus comes from this website. There's a lot more here and it's well worth the read, particularly given what we know now about mental health. So many soldiers coming home from the civil war had what we now call PTSD, and it's sobering to think of how they were treated. After winding through the campus, I arrived at the cemetery.