Word for 11/22 – Check

While in Concord today we decided to take a walk through the Sleepy Hollow Cemetery.  Our objective was to check out “Authors Ridge“, the resting place of Henry David Thoreau, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Louisa May Alcott, and Ralph Waldo Emerson.

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  I am very glad we did.  The whole cemetery is picturesque.

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2 thoughts on “Word for 11/22 – Check

    • I have lots more pictures from Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. I posted the best ones of ‘Authors Ridge’ but will make a point of getting some others to you once I get unpacked & back on track with other chores here at home.

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