Monday, July 5, 2010

Graveyard Rabbit Carnival - July 2010

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The topic for the July 2010 edition of the Graveyard Rabbits Carnival is: Scavenger Hunt. This topic was submitted by Julie Cahill Tarr, who authors the blog, Chicagoland Cemeteries. This edition of the GYRabbit Carnival looks as if you had a great deal of fun. So, let's begin our hunt to see what you've found!

Dorene from Ohio presents Graveyard Rabbit Scavenger Hunt posted at Graveyard Rabbit of Sandusky Bay. Dorene from Ohio features images from cemeteries in the Sandusky Bay area of Northern Ohio for the July Graveyard Rabbit Carnival.

Midge Frazel presents GYR Scavenger Hunt June, 2010 posted at Granite in My Blood. This carnival was a great opportunity to review my collection of gravestone photographs. I took a few liberties but only had one category that I has to look for outside my collection. Great fun!

Linda Hughes Hiser presents GYR July 2010--Scavenger Hunt posted at Flipside. "Fifteen items found in various cemeteries in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio."

Gale Wall presents GYR Carnival - Scavenger Hunt posted at Digital Cemetery Walk. "Wow. A great carnival this month. I had such a hard time selecting a photo for each category. Fun, fun! Hope to do it again in the future."

Jennifer Geraghty-Gorman presents Graveyard Rabbits July Carnival: Scavenger Hunt posted at 'Over thy dead body'. "My scavenger hunt takes us into Hamilton Cemetery, Hamilton, Ontario, and Baron de Hirsch, The Old Burying Ground, and Fairview Lawn cemeteries in Halifax, Nova Scotia. All items were found, and I added a couple of extra shots including one of a very curious looking symbol I have not yet identified."

Stephanie Lincecum presents My Scavenger Hunt for the Graveyard Rabbit Carnival posted at Southern Graves. "Grab some lemonade and come along with me to Riverside Cemetery in hot and humid Georgia. I found everything needed to satisfy the scavenger's list. The best find? That would have to be the frogs playing cards."

Kimberly Sawtelle presents July 2010 Graveyard Rabbits Carnival: Scavenger Hunt posted at On a Grave Subject. " Finding interesting and unusual contributions for the scavenger hunt was the name of this game!"

Tammi Thiele presents Escape to the Silent Cities: Graveyard Rabbit Scavenger Hunt posted at Escape to the Silent Cities. "My many wonderful finds with comments for them."

Henk van Kampen presents Scavenger hunt posted at The graveyard rabbit of Utrecht and Het Gooi.

Pat Kuhn presents The Graveyard Rabbits Carnival-A Scavenger Hunt posted at Touching Family History.

Elizabeth O'Neal presents Central Coast Cemetery Scavenger Hunt! posted at The Graveyard Rabbit of the California Central Coast. "First scavenger hunt that I've been on since I was a kid!"

M. Diane Rogers presents Graveyard Rabbits - Scavenger Hunt - Fraser Cemetery - New Westminster BC Canada posted at The Graveyard Rabbit of British Columbia, Canada. "My scavenger hunt was at Fraser Cemetery in historic New Westminster near my home in British Columbia. I had fun with this and I chose some personal favourites as examples."

Melissa Brown presents Graveyard Rabbits Carnival: All items found for Scavenger Hunt posted at Pawprints Guiding Me to the Past. "My first carnival, I found all items listed for the scavenger hunt, personalized, so all items were found on my ancestors' graves in Illinois."

Carol A. Bowen Stevens presents Hunting Symbolism posted at Reflections From The Fence. "I saw this challenge over at Linda's Flipside, and it was not long before I was wondering, hmmmmm??"



That concludes this edition and it was terrific! Submit your blog article to the next edition of the Graveyard Rabbit Carnival using our carnival submission form. Past posts and future hosts can be found on our blog carnival index page.


And while you're here, take a look at past carnivals, there's so much interesting information to be found when you explore cemeteries with a Graveyard Rabbit:


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