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Wednesday, July 8, 2009

OLD cemeteries for you, Claude!!! LOL!

As promised...two cemeteries from St. Augustine, Florida. These are some REALLY old dead people!!!!! This is not something I would normally take pictures of, but I had to get these for you, Claude. Hubby and daughter got in on the fun of finding them for you too!!! LOL!



10 comments:

Hermes said...

I love the atmosphere of old cemeteries and this looks so interesting.

Bobbie Lynn said...

Wow, Julie great photos and St. Augustine seems to be a great place to visit and has a lot of history there too. I love old cemeteries and they also hold so much history on their own. Thanks for sharing with us. Thanks also for you comment on my blog. Yep, Kelvin pics are so cute and I miss him a whole lot. Good luck with your roses too. My mini’s have survived the June glum and have started to bloom nicely.

Lisa at Greenbow said...

Old cemeteries are interesing. I like to read the headstones.

soulbrush said...

i love walking round cemetries.

Claude said...

Well, aren't I special!

Looks like a great graveyard though... I would have been wandering around it for hours I'm sure.

Julie said...

Claude- LOLOL...really????? We just sort of meandered by, took pics and kept walking!!! I guess it would be fun to read some of the tombstones...I have actually done that before! Hey...can't knock it...this is where you can find very cool cactus cuttings, eh??? I love my cactus cuttings!!!
I should write out what I want written on my headstone...something funny for sure!!! Maybe we could ask people on the blogs what they would put on theirs!!! Could be interesting!

Claude said...

I've left strict instructions...

mine will say

"Now I Can Really Raise Hell"

Serena said...

i like to roam through old cemeteries and read their head stones. i think about what their lives were like, etc.

thanks for sharing this part of your trip with us, julie.

Teri C said...

Great old cemetaries. We have some really old ones around here also and occasionally will wander through and be amazed at how old the dates are.

Dee said...

These are great pictures! I love old cemetaries too, having grown up near one (I lived on Cemetary Road) and often hanging out there as a kid...:)