Yep, they got one and today we found it! Hey, when you love your coon dog you love it forever. It’s not easy to get buried here. They only accept “certified” true coon dogs and only five of those breeds. This started in 1937 and continues on today. So when your coon dog dies, you know where to take it.
Now this is a brick covered with white duct tape and wrote on it with a black felt pen. I bet that this guy didn’t have a “certified” coon dog but wanted his dog buried here with the other loved coon dogs. He probably didn’t have money for a headstone either. I got a feeling that this much loved dog was buried late at night so he could be with his fellow everlasting pals. You know tears were shed in darkness just like a “certified” coon dog owner.
Tomorrow we will visit a local famous place called “The Rattlesnake Salon”. I wonder why it is famous.