Videos & photos of Edmonds Memorial Cemetery Tour
One need that all humans seem to share no matter what language you speak or what country you live in, is the need to feel important.
Dale Carnegie’s classics says it like this, “Lincoln once begin a letter saying, ‘Everybody likes a compliment.’ William James said, ‘The deepest principle in human nature is the craving to be appreciated.’ He didn’t speak remind you, of the ‘wish’ or the
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There was once a 5 acre cemetery on the East side of Boeing Field that has a sad and disrespected history.
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Mt. Foraker, Hunter and Denali
Talkeetna, AK is the gateway to Denali. All climbers must start their adventure here. Since 1992, 75 mountaineers from 13 countries who have lost their lives on Denali, Foraker or Hunter are memorialized in the Talkeetna Cemetery.
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In the misty morning after a birthday celebratory weekend for Matt we waited out the line for the ferry by visiting a local cemetery. “
It was classic foggy cemetery scenery. So many movies came to mind. You could smell the moss and my ankles were wet from walking through the grass.
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In April 2018, me and a good friend of mine flew into Vegas. Over a 10 day period, we visited 6 national parks, drove 2800 miles and discovered many cemeteries along the way.
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Skokomish Indian Assembly of God
May 2018 – On the road trip back from the Washington Olympus Rally we stopped in the little church cemetery of Skokomish Indian Assembly of God.
It was a pleasantly overcast day and Sunday church goers were singing inside the chapel.
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Have you ever been in a cemetery and noticed stones or pebbles set on top of headstones? Yeah me too.
Headstones of Mr. and Mrs. Fritts at Grand Canyon Pioneer Cemetery May 2018
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Our friends met up on San Jaun Island in late September to celebrate birthdays. One of our stops, besides the search for foxes at American Camp, was Roche Harbor Cemetery and the McMillin Mausoleum.
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This pioneer cemetery is one of a select few in the United States that resides in a national park. Managed by the 128 American Legion, there are 400 souls buried here.
Pioneer Cemetery Entrance
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2018 Camano Lutheran Cemetery
Waited all summer to get outside in this area up North with Ms. M! We camped at a deluxe cabin on the Puget Sound water front.
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