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Visit A Cemetery Day

Back in the day when dad was a member of the Wayne County (Nebraska) Historical Society, we used to drive to the old LaPorte Cemetery to clean up the weeds and trash around the old gravestones. The old town of … Continue reading

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Contemplation At The Cemetery

In the distant past, Prospect Hill Cemetery was to the northwest, outside the city limits of Norfolk, Nebraska. In the not so distant past, the city has expanded. Now, the cemetery lies well within the boundaries of Norfolk. One might … Continue reading

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The Visit To Prospect Hill Cemetery

The usual Autumn grey overcast finally cleared over Nebraska. We actually had some gorgeous Autumn weather a few days ago. It was time to take a walk in the park, so to speak. A walk in the park reserved for … Continue reading

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Visit A Cemetery

While thumbing through a vintage Russian book yesterday, I came across a verse by the writer Vladimir Nabokov. The English translation reads like this: “A thousand years ago, five minutes were Equal to forty ounces of fine sand. Outstare the … Continue reading

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