Friday, November 12, 2010

Only in Basin City or some other remote "cowboyish" type town

like Greybull or Richfield or Lakeside would a funeral procession include the casket being drawn by two tawny horses and a wagon. I thought this was so cool and fitting for this particular family's way of life. I'm not going to include their name because I'm sure their wounds are still deep from the loss but it was so cool to see this cattleman's casket be brought into our little cemetary overlooking Basin City by horse and wagon. There were alot of cowboys there as you can see all of their cowboy hats. It just felt like "going home" in a way. Kind of cool. Something that I will remember for forever.


Kiley said...

I didn't know there was a cemetary near Basin City. How far did the horse-drawn wagon have to travel? That's pretty cool. It's still so green there.