Resting Place

I’m kind of in love with this little cemetery.  I know it seems odd to love a burial ground, but I find myself stopping to appreciate it each evening that I run by.  There’s something about the sloping hill, the ocean view, the simple stones, and the picket fence that always makes me take pause.

3 thoughts on “Resting Place

  1. So many field trips local in those days go to cove, woods, sometimes bus trips, and I remember field trip to the graveyards one behind Harveys oil by lanes cove, the other was on Langsford street, or even the longer walk to Bayview for history lessons that’s was a respectful way to pay homage and respect while learning. We were required to stay on paths not walk on the grave area itself. No loud talking but rather observe and write notes school pads of paper larger ruled. This was what I liked about the old lanes school (Now a playground on Washington St) we got out of the room into the real world you enter each day after school. When got back to school the teacher would give you homework – based on your field trip for the next day very interactive and social skills.

    Memory lane again thanks Nicole for sharing! I wanted to share this one with you for your classes:

    Source:

    Click to access MASB74-2.pdf

    THE MASSACHUSETTS ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY, Inc.
    Unpublished Papers on Cape Ann Prehistory
    By: Mary Ellen Lepionka

    🙂 Dave & Kim 🙂

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