Denise Olson equates our GYR blogs to a digital scrapbook and gives us some inspiration to carry on with our work in her Tech T.I.P. column.
In case you haven't noticed at the Graveyard Rabbit of Moultrie Creek, I spend a lot of time in our local national cemetery. There are many reasons for this. One is the fact that it's just a few steps away from my office. Another might have something to do with my military background. Most of all, it's because there's all kinds of fascinating history to be found there. It's history began when Florida became a United States territory and continues through the Vietnam war. There are all kinds of heroes buried here and more than a few interesting "characters." And, while most of the grave markers are the basic military-issue design, there are several very unique monuments to the people buried here.
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