St. Luke's Cemetery is lovely in the springtime and it's a good place to go for a social distancing wander. You are very welcome to walk through the cemetery, enjoy the flowers, and read the inscriptions on the graves dating back to 1886.
If you are so inclined, any tidying that you would like to do would be appreciated. Sticks on the graves and pathways closest to the road could be picked up. You are also very welcome to dig out dandelions in amongst the graves but please leave the California poppies and bluebells. After the naturalized daffodils on the hillside die down, camas will be blooming.
If you would like to help in the cemetery, please bring your own tools and gloves. Because of COVID-19, the church and hall buildings are locked. Black garbage bags and a rake have been left nearby where you enter the cemetery. Any little bit of weeding, tidying, and picking up sticks helps.
Or just come and enjoy this peaceful spot, a hidden gem tucked in the crossroads area of Cedar Hill.
Blessings to All.
Thanks to Gillian Klassen and Barb Prescott for sharing the spring pictures of the cemetery.