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Monday, 21 May 2012


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ed (from Yuma)

Nice pics. Fog in the mountains. Julian is kinda nice off season.

Hannah J

Julian is beautiful. Sadly, last time I went up there was for a funeral, feels like you snapped a photo from that day.


Thanks, ed. The fog stayed with us that whole day; it was nice. The drive was peaceful and not seeing crowds was good.
Hi again Hannah. I find cemeteries loaded with history and mystery and always try to stop at one whenever I can. This one was empty that day, other than the horses doing the lawn maintenance.


Can't believe I missed this post. Love the photos of Julian in the fog.

I try to stop by cemeteries too. Glad I'm not the only one. The creepiest one we ever went to was in Chicago - Rosehill. Their mausoleum is purported to have the ghosts of rival businessmen, Sears and Montgomery Ward.


This was a very nice day, cc. May is a great month for a vacation for us-no crowds is exactly how I like things. I have lots of cemetery stories; they are like reading a history book...and the old ones have streets that resemble the Candy Land game board. Most importantly, you missed the curiosity that is Amerient!

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