Taking a winter walk from Pitlessie in Fife took us up Cults Hill and along to the village of Burnturk. From there we headed west till we reached Eastwood, which was a small copse of trees with a rather interesting find in the shade of the trees.
Now overgrown and left in disrepair the site was at one time an active pet cemetery. Now all this is left are a number of wooden pegs with dog name tags, name plates and some small crosses marking the pet graves. There are quite a number of moss covered stones which are probably the sites of more graves. Visions of Stephen King’s “Pet Sematary” book flashed before me as I explored this unique place.
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Hi Stuart, Eastwood and the pet cemetery used to be owned by my husband and I. Was nice to find this 🙂