Have you ever thought about documenting your travel adventures? What if those travels were through historic…cemeteries? Well, you’re in luck, because we have come across what we think might be the best travel guide idea for you.
Loren Rhoads, author of Cemetery Travels Notebook, has created a notebook for travelers who want to record what they find at the graveyards they visit. Perfect for carrying with you on all your ventures, it includes a trail of photos throughout the 80 pages of the historic graveyards Rhoads has visited. These photos are meant to inspire and show the serene beauty of the graveyards she saw on her travels from San Francisco to Paris and even Tokyo.
Let this cemetery travel guide and Rhoads’ adventurous spirit, be an aide for you throughout your journeys and let her historic graveyards passion inspire you to find your own historic interest in burial grounds around the world.
As you pack your bags for whatever destination calls to you, don’t forget to tuck in this notebook. With it you can soon start recording your impressions of the sites you see.
The journey can never start if you are afraid to take the first step. So travel and explore, it can the best release and the greatest therapy. As Robert Louis Stevenson once said,
“I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel’s sake. The great affair is to move.”