First Day Back

Working in the cemetery is both demanding and rewarding.  Fighting the Japanese Knotweed is tough.  We’re  making progress is this fight with this devil weed.  The images below, while taken from different angles, are of the same location. 

My main focus today was to make sure there are clear paths to all of the veteran headstones.  As I was clearing the areas around the Civil and Spanish American war veterans headstones I was thinking about the outrage over the NFL events.  It got me to wondering why there is no outrage about the lack of care and respect for the graves of veterans buried in Clark’s Cemetery.

CleanPro was in First Parish and were going into Clark’s when they were done.

More 2016 images

About Richard Clark

Retired USAF C/HC/MC-130E/H/P/N Flight Engineer, Retired DoDDS ET, Clark's Cemetery staff writer, webmaster, Japanese Knotweed chopper, headstone cleaner, and resetter, barnacle scraper at Essex Shipbuilding Museum.
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