Monday, January 20, 2014

Yellowed with Time

Linking to:  Monday Mellow Yellows, there are dozens of yellows out there, check them out.

The original cemetery was on this plot where many pioneers were buried but because the railroad cut through the cemetery and road was widened, many bodies were moved a new cemetery.

One of the older yellowed stones in the new cemetery - Eleazer Evans born Feb 1, 1861, died March 21, 1881.


First round about in town, one block south of the rodeo grounds.

Granddaughter 3 put on her own hat since granddaughter 2 got all dressed up to go outside. She is determined not to be left out of anything.

All dressed for winter with her cinderella hat.

9 comments:

orvokki said...

Both children are so cute.
Hope she dress more clothes on before go out.
Have a nice Monday evening.

Halcyon said...

Funny shots of the hat! The cemetery looks like an interesting place to explore.

Gerald (SK14) said...

never seen yellow grave stones before

NanaDiana said...

LOL- And I LOVE the BATGIRL underwear on the little one's head!!! THAT made me laugh! xo Diana

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Even though the cemetery marker was cracked, it was in very good condition for it's age!
Cute Grandbabies!! Too much Fun!

Gattina said...

Poor guy didn't get old only 20 ! My grandson is 3 and into Spiderman hats, lol !

Hazel Ceej said...

Adorable grandkids! And as a tapophile your cemetery shot appeals to me greatly.

GingerV said...

gave me an early morning chuckle - thank you.

Łucja-Maria said...

Hello, Ruth!
Lovely pictures. Fantastic colors.
I dream that it was spring and summer.
Greetings.

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