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Susie222

Fillia: I am glad that I could help. I must say it was strange to carry her ashes on a plane (I read up beforehand about TSA requirements to make sure there would be no trouble passing through airport security). It was also strange and humbling to actually scatter them. I made my younger brother do it at the memorial service, but was fine with scattering them in the back yard and in the Aspen grove.

fillia

Thank you Susie - you helped me greatly - I was concerned about spilling up his ashes! It feels weird but feasible now, Love the thought that he will be scattered around all he loved ... have to talk to my sister.

Susie222

Fillia: My mother's ashes are actually scattered in 4 places. The most were scattered in Colorado, but some were also scattered over my brother's grave where we held her memorial service, some were scattered in the back-yard of the home where she lived for over 50 years and is now owned by my niece, and some have yet to be scattered on a small lake in a nearby nature preserve where my father's ashes were scattered. The nature preserve was closed for many months due to funding problems and then due to the pandemic. It is supposed to be re-opened soon and I hope to finish the task. I know not all families feel the way ours does, but I think my mother would be quite pleased to know she is "all over the place."

fillia

Susie: wow my dad wanted his ashes spread near Trail Ridge Rd. in Colorado. He called it a road where your knuckles turned white when driving, esp in the snow :)...unable to do so as my sister wants ashes divided for the ocean too! So ashes remain in urn...

Susie222

Fillia: you are so welcomed. I took a trip to Colorado in October, 2018 with my siblings and their spouses in order to scatter my mother's ashes under the aspens in Colorado. She and my father had visited the area years before, specifically the Last Dollar trail. She thought it a most beautiful place and wanted her ashes scattered there. Over the next few days I plan to publish other photos of that trip. I can only publish a few every day, but there will be lovely photos of the Last Dollar Road and other places we visited on our trip.

fillia

Susie - thanks I'll try to get there - I saw puzzle re: the aspens. Thanks so much!

Susie222

Fillia - It is on the Last Dollar Road off State Hwy. 62 near Ridgeway. There was a beautiful cove of Aspen trees several miles down the road; I wasn't driving so I am not sure the exact distance. I was there in October, 2018. The unpaved/gravel road is truly a spectacular drive. It's closed from January to May.

fillia

Susie do you know what area this is - I live in Colorado - so beautiful!

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