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Post Info TOPIC: Cemetaries for overnight

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Cemetaries for overnight

Hi All

I recently talked to a few people who mentioned that they have used
cemetaries to pull into to spend the night.  They said it was the safest place to stay.  Sounds a bit creepy to me.
I was wondering if anyone has ever tried it or even heard about this?
I just had to askevileye



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Well, I guess a cemetery would work for an overnight stop as long as the caretaker didn’t mind. Personally there would be too many unknowns for me. Would I encounter a low hanging tree branch over a road in the cemetery? Would I be able to get turned around if I encountered a low hanging branch or other obstruction? Would there be a place to park the rig and not block the road? I haven’t seen too many cemeteries that could handle a 40 foot motorcoach or a pickup with a fifth wheel. There are just too many other places to overnight to justify using a cemetery. I do have to admit though, it would be a peaceful park like setting.

This reminds me of the following old, but still funny joke.

With all the sadness and trauma going on in the world at the moment, it is worth reflecting on the death of a very important person, which almost went unnoticed last week.

Larry La Prise, the man who wrote "The Hokey Pokey" died peacefully at age 93. The most traumatic part for the family was getting him into the coffin.

They put his left leg in..... and then the trouble started.

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