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Infiltration Forums > US: Four Corners > Seeking Pet Cemetery Photos(Viewed 521 times)
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Seeking Pet Cemetery Photos
< on 12/20/2018 10:19 PM >
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I don't want to give away the location, but I also don't have my own photos. I visited twice, before I had a camera. Does anyone have photos of the Pet Cemetery in Colorado? I suppose there could be others, but I've only found one, and it was great. We went between two big boulders, and back to the left there were little headstones and a small fence. In the winter, coyote footprints lead away from it through snow, which was extra goosebump-worthy. I never found out if there were really pets buried there, but it was fun. I'm pretty sure it's legal to visit, but I'd also hate to see it trampled or vandalized.

EDIT: I realize there are actual pet cemeteries; this one's unofficial and quite hidden.
...Also did just Google and find out it's been leveled. So much for the secret. I still want to see your pictures!
https://gazette.co...-860f83262cf6.html


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Re: Seeking Pet Cemetery Photos
<Reply # 1 on 12/20/2018 11:20 PM >
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Sometimes not digging up the pet cemetery is better...



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Re: Seeking Pet Cemetery Photos
<Reply # 2 on 12/21/2018 4:39 AM >
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Sometimes not digging up the pet cemetery is better...


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