Description: Its a simple fact of life that everyone dies. Pioneer graves dot the countryside in the southwest, from old town cemeteries to simple, lone graves where a single person fell years ago. Sometimes topped with elaborate tombstones, other times simple grave markers made of wood or a stack of rocks of an "unidentified" occupant. All of these are important reminders of those who have come here before us and passed away here in the Great American Desert.
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