Tag Archives: Cemeteries
Wow this review is quite late. I have a backlog of about six books that I need to review. Ooops. Anyhoos, I didn’t want to skip my review of The Graveyard Book since I thoroughly enjoyed this fantasy novel. Last month, I … Continue reading
Where does the time go? When I signed up last month for Carl’s group read of The Graveyard Book I knew on October 10th he planned on holding an event in conjunction with the group read. He wanted us to … Continue reading
I took this photo during one of my walks through Brompton Cemetery in London. I’ll leave it up to the individual viewer to interpret close since it may have different interpretations for each person.
I took this photo last Saturday before the snow hit on Saturday night. Brompton Cemetery in London, England.
When I lived in Boston, my dog and I would go for walks around the Chestnut Hill Reservoir. Our new place does not have a reservoir right across the street. However, I have found a new place to go for … Continue reading
The next stop in Concord, Massachusetts was the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, dedicated in 1855. This cemetery has several famous authors buried here, including Louisa May Alcott, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Henry David Thoreau. This is also the burial site … Continue reading