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post #11 of 19 (permalink) Old 04-08-2018, 12:03 AM
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Here is how you do it ! I bet that cost a bit more than cremation.
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post #12 of 19 (permalink) Old 04-08-2018, 01:21 PM
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Even though I,d be gone.I would,t like the thought that my bike was gonna be wasted and ruined.My wife says I should be burned up so I could be spread over my fields that I have toiled so hard over all of these years.I can,t stand the thought of bein burned up though and have been strongly considerin either gettin a permit to be buried on the farm or be layed at the Allegheny military cemetery.But my wife won,t be buried there cause she says she don,t feel she deserves it bein she is not a Vet even though she could.I got Uncles there but we would,t be together so I don,t know.Might just end up at the local cemetery.I should get my Ducks in a row but I never give this much thought cause it,s so depressing.
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If you have a national cemetery close by just make a trip out and look at the place that they now have for cremations. really a nice place to be laid to rest. I have hunted the mountain above the cemetery for year for deer and coyotes and grouse . Will be a fitting place for me... Indiantown Gap National Cemetery..
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Buried with the ashes of my ole hunting lab, Buck. May be Indiantown Gap or I may soon get a plot back where I grew up.

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My wife will have no part of us being buried in my home state of IN in a very real family setting; however, she has agreed to the National Cemetery.

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I was going to until I inherited 3 plots next to my parents in a cemetery where many of my family members are at rest. Already have our marker down, my wife and I are going into the same plot, it doesn't take much room for a cremation vault.

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Why would a vault even be required for a little ash urn? The Military cemetery of the Alleghenies was a friend of mine Dairy farm.
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Don't know, but out vaults will be next to my setter's and my wife's Scottie's ashes. Why doesn't matter to me, because it is already paid for so my daughter won't have to deal with any decisions and, I will be dead.

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Don't know, but out vaults will be next to my setter's and my wife's Scottie's ashes. Why doesn't matter to me, because it is already paid for so my daughter won't have to deal with any decisions and, I will be dead.
Yes, one does not to get cremated before their death....Ouch.

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