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St. John the Divine, Central Park, Burnaby

The Westminster and Vancouver Tramway Company (later BCER) was established in 1891 with a line running through a corner of Central Park. A power house and station used to stand in the park just before Kingsway.  972 more words

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Hollywood Forever Cemetery - Trip 1

Was super psyched to finally get the chance to visit this cemetery. I’ve been here 4 years, almost 5, and I had always just passed by. 458 more words


Children's Graves

Some of the saddest headstones to see are those of  children.  Typically the grave markers will have lambs to represent an innocent soul has been lost. 159 more words


Cemetery Green

One thing I love about cemeteries is, that no matter how old or sad they are, there is always life. For me, it’s a gentle reminder that nothing really dies, because once our bodies become part of the earth again, we nurture it and it’s inhabitants. 11 more words


New Orleans...Part 3: Garden District

Welcome to part 3 of my New Orleans trip! Be sure to check out my travel tales in  The French Quarter and Plantations & Gators… 480 more words


Old Spencer Cemetery, Spencer, MA

An Example of One of the Many 18th Century Gravestones With a “Cherub’s Head” or “Winged Soul” Motif to Be Found in the Old Spencer Cemetery in Spenccr, MA


My.Daily.Distraction ~ Part 26... Gettysburg, Day Three (Part 2) A Walk Among Heroes

Do you remember the analogy about floating icebergs. They say that on the average, only ten percent is visible above the water’s surface. We cannot see, or comprehend the vastness of the ninety percent that remains underwater. 546 more words