I’ve been blogging every month at Scoutie Girl magazine online, taking an unsurprisingly morbid spin on traveling with kids and aging parents. My travel essays have ranged from visiting the Pharmacy Museum in New Orleans to sleeping with the stingrays at the Academy of Sciences to exploring the sites of St. Joan’s martyrdom to eating in an entirely dark restaurant for the experience of being blind.
This month’s Scoutie Girl column is more directly related to the subject of this blog. I encourage people to visit cemeteries, whether local or on vacation — and to take their kids along.
You can check the column out here: http://www.scoutiegirl.com/take-your-children-to-the-graveyard.
My question to you is this: when you explore cemeteries, do you prefer to go alone? Who do you — or who would you — like to take along as company?
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