All Coon Dogs Go to Heaven

Baird crosses another place off her Outdoor Bucket List

Where’s Prois now?

Barb Baird, Prois Hunting and Field Apparel Pro-Staff member, visited the Key Underwood Coon Dog Memorial Graveyard in northwest Alabama on Aug. 29. It’s on her “Outdoor Bucket List” of places to visit and things to do. Established in 1937, the cemetery is the final resting place for about 200 full-blooded coon dogs. With names like Blueflash, Troop and Gypsy carved either crudely or ornately on all types of headstones and grave markers, the cemetery is truly one-of-its-kind and quite possibly, the only-of-its-kind in the world. For more information about the cemetery, go to this link:  http://www.coondogcemetery.com/index.html.  Photo by Jason Baird.

 

  • http://www.womensoutdoornews.com Barbara Baird

    I thought my pink Prois visor an acceptable form of headwear to such a place of honor and respect.

  • Katherine Browne

    Your pink visor looks great and you look appropriately sad for poor Flop. Thank you for your story, everything you write is a joy to read.

  • http://www.womensoutdoornews.com Barbara Baird

    Bless you, Katherine, my child.