Union and West End Cemetery

The Union and West End Cemetery is located in center city Allentown. The main entrance is on 10th Street at 10th and Chew Streets. The cemetery is mantained by a dedicated group of volunteers. Ten board members (also volunteers) serve the cemetery association and manage the finances, make application for grants, solicit donations and participate in the maintenance of the cemetery.

Saturday, October 14, 2006

 

Sexy Bikini Site

I got an e-mail tonight from Benny; it was an invitation to link to his blog with the usual promise of a reciprocal link back to the Union and west End Cemetery blog. Benny's blog is entitled: "Sexy Bikini." I am certain that a lot of guys looking at babes in bikinis are going to jump right on a link to a cemetery. Yea, right!

Oh, yes, I checked out Benny's blog and sure enough there are lots of attractive babes in bikinis. I even checked out some of the comments and believe me, there were lots of suggestive comments. You know, while I can't complain about the number of hits on the Union and West End Cemetery blog (there have been more than I ever anticipated), there have been very few comments about the various subjects posted to the cemetery blog. I guess bikinis are more interesting than a blog about a cemetery, and that's understandable, but an occasional comment would be appreciated. But, realistically, I must admit that there is a difference in bikini blogs and a cemetery blog with the former more likely to elicit comment than the latter.

The link? Well, I could give it to you, but I won't.

Comments:
Greetings,
I discovered your cite through a link that Civil War Interactive.
Being a bit of a Civil War enthusiast and some one who appreciates and enjoys cemeteries, your blog is of interest to me.
If you want to generate a little more traffic and awareness of your blog you might concider using the the photo blog site called flickr.com
I, and a number of other, post lots of our photography including many groups devoted to cemeteries.
Keep up the good work. One day I will make it out to Allentown and visit the cemetery. It sure has a great deal of valuable history.
 
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