Talk about something Halloweeny to do this month, why not visit an old cemetery? I felt like a ghost having to visit an old cemetery. I’ve never been to a cemetery before, and I sure did not know what a cemetery was. I always thought it was a place to find old buried bones. Mom said that is partially correct, but not the kind of bones I was thinking of. This cemetery is really old, the sign says 1861, and is located where Bailie has her tracking class. How frightful is that? I think the sign is newer, though, as it is the only thing not falling apart.
The super scary, creepy thing I found out is Bailie’s class ran their first tracks right on top of this cemetery! Yikes! Her instructor said dogs love to sniff around on the cemetery area. Me personally, I just wanted Mom to hurry and finish the photos so we could leave. I think I might have a fear of ghosts even though I’ve never seen one.
Most of them were in such bad shape the writing was worn away, but sometimes you could make out some dates or a name. It was kind of sad to try and imagine who these humans were and why they died so young.
We were very well behaved and did not disturb anything in the cemetery. Well, actually, we did munch on some greenery as it was real tasty. We did not, however, go potty in the cemetery area as Mom said that would be very disrespectful. Now I guess I can take cemetery visit off my bucket list…wait, I don’t think cemetery visit was on my list! Enough of the creepy for Halloween, time to get back to the fun stuff! Stay tuned tomorrow when my sisters and I go on a search for a pumpkin patch.
I thought in the spirit of Halloween and creepiness, a cemetery post would be better in black and white, so I’m joining the Black and White Sunday Blog Hop sponsored by Dachshund Nola and Sugar the Golden Retriever.