I didn't explore New York very much while I was there. Sounds nice, though. I trust your judgment. The photos look like it's got a spacious layout, which is good. Some blank space for the wind to howl through the trees.scream ale wrote: ↑Sun Oct 21, 2018 2:25 pmEver visit Mt. Hope cemetery in Rochester, NY? Beautiful old boneyard, very hilly. Perfect in the autumn and good drinking spot as well.Nausea wrote: ↑Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:44 amI used to live near this awesome cemetery (Oakwood Cemetery in Syracuse, NY -- check out the pics on Google if you're bored or appreciate this sort of thing). It had tons of those huge monuments, and all the graves were situated on these big green hills that were wooded. The place was fucking magical in the Fall. I should have drank in there but the thought never occurred to me for some reason (I was too busy drinking PBRs with some of the bums and then retreating to my place when I didn't want to share anymore).
That looks like a neat spot as well, ThirstyDrunk.
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