BE RESPECTFUL SERIES: NE IOWA FREMONT CEMETERY LbNA # 62460
|Placed Date||Jun 14 2012|
|Location||Fremont Cemetery, 370th St & 318th Ave, Fremont, IA|
ADDITIONAL LOCATION INFORMATION: 370th Street & 318 Ave Fremont, Iowa
Possibly the hardest part of the North East Iowa Cemetery Series is finding the cemeteries. Each location is a beautiful Rural setting, no two the same.
*Enter at the south gate. (difficult)
BOX #1: West of sound, pass the Flatland. At noon find the fishy almost easter, travel north and you might find a nook in a likely place.
*Enter at the gate with the Bell. (easy)
BOX #2: Have a look at the commemorative plaque then take a left. Walk between J. Marie Winnaberg and Gusta proceed past the first line of tree to the combined trunk trees.
BOX #3: From Box 2 find the 6th combined trunk tree down the line, away from the gate you came in.
BOX #4: In West Bugenhagen’s woods you will find 2 trees, one of them holds what you need.
BONUS: This box is about 10min from Kendallville, Iowa. If you have time please visit the Kendallville Campground and share your book with the Camp Host; I see free firewood in your future.
As time allows, I will plant more boxes in this area.
Thank You, and enjoy!
Cemetery Etiquette: A cemetery is a place of tranquility and quiet where activities of everyday life are suspended. Keep in mind that Memorials are privately owned sculptures. Do your best not to walk over graves and please don’t drive on the grass.