Travel took me to Manhattan, Ontario, and Michigan this summer. I visited the African Burial Ground, a Colonial-era churchyard, my first Canadian cemetery, and a cemetery with one of the largest collections of private mausoleums in the United States, which happens to lie not far from 8 Mile Road in Detroit.
Those that I haven’t written about yet will be the subjects of upcoming Cemeteries of the Week, of course.
So tell me: What cemeteries were you lucky enough to visit this summer? What was the most beautiful thing you saw? Would you encourage other travelers to go out of their way?
Leave your response in the comments below before September 1, 2012 — and you could win a copy of the Cemetery Travels Notebook. Illustrated with photos from this blog to inspire your own cemetery explorations, the perfect-bound notebook has plenty of room for your own notes and ruminations.
You can see a sample of the Cemetery Travels Notebook here.
ETA: I’ve contacted the winners for this giveaway, but tune in next month for another. I’m going to want to hear scary (true!) cemetery stories. In the meantime, you can order a copy of your own here: Cemetery Travels Notebook by Loren Rhoads.
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