Those of you that have been following my blog on a regular basis know that a large number of the RVing adventures my wife and I experience take place in forgotten places off the beaten track. In many of these places only the ghosts remain of once was a vibrant community. With Dia de Los Muertos (aka Day of the Dead) coming up in a few days, I can’t think of a better place to visit than a forlorn graveyard in a forgotten place. The engravings on the headstones bring to life the hardships endured in earlier times. They are quite often very photogenic (especially with autumn colors) and they cause us to slow down, enjoy the solitude of the area and reflect on our own life. Aren’t these the reasons we go RVing in the first place? Be sure and visit a forgotten marble orchard on your next RVing adventure, the residents will appreciate the visit too!
Fall colors in the orchard.
Strange residents call the orchard home.
Follow Dave’s RV adventures as he travels the West in search of forgotten and unique places. For Dave, home is where you park it, the more remote the better!