Some say this is a cemetery, but I contend it's more than that. Very well maintained, beautifully landscaped but not so much as to detract from its importance. The numerous, huge trees add to the grandeur, as do the original placement of canon, silent as they are, but still tell of the tale. Well placed benches to provide comfort and meditation to connect on a, 'different plane of existence'. Best experienced at dusk, when the rest of the physical world is not as distracting. I wish it would be open 24 hours so as to allow those to connect easier without the distractions of the daytime hustle and bustle. None the less, I stayed until I was politely asked to leave, and had connected enough.
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