Memories of the dead...
I was saving this post for Halloween, but change is coming. Soon, I'll be blogging from my new author website! I'll post more details in three weeks, on my 1,000 blog post milestone. That's a lot of souvenirs. Now, I'm purging my unpublished posts on blogger.
Last year, we strolled through the Key West Cemetery with iPhone in hand, listening to the scariest iteration of the Two Buck Tour app so far: Firestarter minister mayhem, chucky dolls, and necrophilia. Yuck. The two dollar virtual guide transports spirit aficionados on solo haunts, instead of the group nighttime variety popular among revelers. We love going solo. It's like a flexible historic stroll - albeit, with lingering souls, and deranged murders from the past.
We've also toured Savannah, Charleston, and St. Augustine with Two Buck Tours. Salem and New Orleans are next on our audible list.
Follow our feet...
This is what my marker will look like...but in 2090. Or maybe sooner. Gulp.
I love this huge conch!
A feline cemetery at the Hemingway house.
Have a meaningful Memorial Day.
I'm remembering Uvalde.
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Congratulations on your new website to be, Sharon! I can't wait to see it.
I love visiting cemeteries like this one. The angel statue is one of the most unusual I've ever seen. I also like that bookcase bench gravestone.
We've traveled a couple times to Key West and enjoyed both visits--my only regret was not taking a boat out to Dry Tortugas National Park while there. We would definitely do that if there was a "next time"
No se si he entendido bien. ¿Vas a tener un nuevo blog? y de ser así, ¿que pasará con este?
I love the last picture. What a lovely headstone statue. The cat names seem to be all after famous people??
My husband and I love to stroll through old cemetery's too. TFS
I has been years since I visited Key West. But it somewhere I'd like to go back.
I've been reading about these tours. I would like to do at least one of these, sometime soon! :)
I love a good self-guided walking tour - and u love old cemeteries. I will have to check out Two Bucks next time I'm in one of their locations. Congrats on the new site.
Sharon -- I'm excited to read about your blogging changes. Self-guided tours would be something we'd much rather do than the group kind with a leader telling you what to think (we avoid those). I'll Google Two-Bucks tours. The historic cemetery is so interesting ; we've explored a few, (not that one), but totally self-guided (i.e., without the app that tells us what we're seeing...I know we missed a lot that way.)
Those are some interesting finds in the cemetery! You never know what you'll find.
Thanks for sharing your link at My Corner of the World this week!
A very interesting cemetery! I've never heard of the Two Buck Tours app... I'm going to check it out. Looking forward to post 1000. WOW!!
Cemeteries are fascinating ... and this one in particular. The memorial in the last picture is magical, as if death has wings.
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