I think I should like to be buried here. If I didn't want my ashes scattered at sea, that is.
I put Cheyenne in the car for a drive through as most cemeteries don't much appreciate dogs. Wasn't I surprised to see this sign in the middle of the field?
Aside from a headstone in the Aweekly family name the only other one I recognized was this one, of the well known artist recently on display the Customs House.
Key West is considering spending a quarter million or more on a new sexton's house, here the quarters are more modest.
They make their win headstones here which I found quite fascinating and when I wandered by I actually met the sexton but she declined to be photographed so you will have to imagine a cheerful woman urprised by my interest in her cemetery.
It's easy to find, simply turn north off Highway One at Bobalu's Restaurant in Big Coppitt. And take your dog, it's a great walk.