Thanks for taking my humor BS so well.
There seems to be something natural about being buried
on your own land. Especially if you are rural with allot
of of farm land.
There are so many civil codes that for good or bad have
taken stuff away from us.
I own a sizable forested land on my lot behind the house.
You can't even bury your loved pet back there.
I love the critters that live there. I have buried some of my
beloved squirrels and rabbits found dead from either old age
or natural attack. In the winter, I put corn and salt free peanuts
out for them. I recently found out they love black oiled sun
flower seeds. Sguirrels that live in the big oak trees are now
having their babies. A small red sguirrel flocks to the seeds
and peanuts. He runs the food up to his nest in the oak trees.
So I know it is supid, but I love those guys. I even have a
remote camera to watch them chow down.
These are my guys. You can tell the ladies from the guys, because
the ladies pluck their tales to build and line the nest in the oak trees.