Some moments of elegant final repose. These flowering trees provide occasional respite from the heat as Guy and I hopped from shady spot to shady spot to tour the grounds.
What an odd little building! The plaque on the ground in front of this appears to have been poured and made recently by the grand-and great-grandchildren of those buried in the brick building. The plaque has little pieces of mosaic glass in it as well as hand-scrawled memories of "playing at the house in Key West" and "late night boat rides with Paw-Paw".
Key West's cemetery had a special Jewish section and a special Catholic section. This Unity-Temple-flavored mausoleum was in the Catholic section. Again, I was actually moved by the details in this thing.
It was a lovely visit, if you can imagine actually having a good time in a cemetery. As the sun set on our last evening in Key West and Florida, I think Captain Knight's epitaph below says it all.