I’m not a big fan of cemeteries.
In the last year, I have been to two.
Both times, fining a specific grave was hard and frustrating.
Even the “find a grave” website will only tell you that a grave exists, not exactly where it is.
If I was younger, then I’d develop a drone that would survey a grave year and establish a directory of locations.
Sounds like a fascinating use of technology to solve a problem.
Now I am sure that most people visiting a cemetery know where they are going.
BUT, not everyone.
In my last visit, I went at the behest of a far away son who wanted a flag on his Dad’s grave. But he could only describe the location as “the back left corner on the right side of the road”. I looked but couldn’t find it.
So I placed it on a Private’s grave who didn’t have a flag.
Hope that was “good enough”.
I’ll go back when the office is open and get the location.
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