After shooting kids fishing and UFO docking stations in North County Park, we crossed the street to take a drive through Memorial Park Cemetery.
We weren’t alone.
The bucolic setting had been invaded by Canadians who must have slipped across the border when we weren’t looking. I thought they were moving along harvesting bugs, but they appeared to be pulling up shoots of grass. (Click on the photos to make them larger.)
Earlier stories about Memorial Park
I’ve done several stories about the cemetery over the years.
- Colorful leaves in the fall
- The history of the Tower of Memories
- Birds have taken up residence in the Tower
- Peacocks at the park
Speaking of older stuff
Don’t forget that Annie Laurie’s Antique Shop has some of my iconic photos for sale. (The TPing photo is gone, if that’s what you were looking for.)
4 Replies to “Geese in Memorial Park”
I got my picture last week!!
Now that you won the TP race, what are you going to do with it? (Or would that give away the surprise?)
Do the peacocks still reside at Memorial Park? I always visit there when we’re in Cape to see the long lost relatives and friends.
Margi, They do, indeed. It’s kind of depressing to see them in that pen with nothing in it but them, but it looks like it always has.