Thursday, November 29, 2012
One can't help but wonder the lives before us when we wander through cemeteries of generations past. Sometimes, we just use our imaginations and sometimes we are intrigued by the stories and facts that we glean from the stones and from local historians. This week's Graveyard Rabbit Online Journal sheds some light (and adds to the mystery) of one Canada's mysterious cemeteries! Hop on over!
Thursday, November 8, 2012
As we explore, we learn. As we learn, we appreciate. Graveyard Rabbits are especially good at looking a little deeper to learn more about what's around them. Join Gale Wall for this week's Photo Monument article about a church in her own back yard at the Graveyard Rabbit Online Journal!
Posted by Robin at 7:57 PM
Thursday, November 1, 2012
First and foremost, our thoughts are with all of those affected by Hurricane Sandy and its aftermath. This week (Halloween as the GY Editor writes this) the Graveyard Rabbit Online Journal enjoys another amazing technological advancement that can assist all of us with cemetery research. Remember, cemeteries serve as outdoor classrooms, not just in "courses" such as history and genealogy, but science and technology as well. Boo! Hop on over!