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The second book of my three part series “Life. Death. Iron.” is now available through the publisher (Volume I: LIFE is also available)
“Volume II: DEATH” showcases the forgotten graveyards of the High Plains, Rocky Mountains and Desert Southwest. 8 more words
Leaving Santa Fe to go back east to the Nutmeg State (motto: He who is transplanted, still sustains; in Latin, of course. Other nicknames: The Constitution State, the Provisions State, and the very telling Land of Steady Habits…) always feels like a mixed blessing. 696 more words
Weathered Tombstone, Old Loyalist Burial Grounds, Saint John, N.B.
Cemeteries are places of transcendent reverence, contemplation and connectedness. I’m particularly moved by final resting grounds that are situated in locations that cause them to be part of a people’s day-to-day lives. 114 more words