Behaviors such as excommunication from church, confiscation of land and property and torture in which the subject is pressed beneath an increasingly heavy load of stones were used to converse guilty pleas. Eventually those who admitted guilt were hung and denied Christian burials.
This one might have been a relative.
We appreciated the current respect shown with fresh roses weekly.
Searching for happier times and more acceptance we head to Provincetown. The Jeep transported us again and even with this small vehicle, parking is hard to find. Finally, we find a lot for a restaurant, why not? Lunch at Bubalas by the bay, very LGBTQ friendly and good food. We people watch and enjoy the weather.
Then a drive to the National seashore area and view lighthouses. Somehow taking a wrong turn, we end up Jeeping on horse trail.