Woodlawn Cemetery dates back to the 19th century in Guelph, filled with history. I passed through over the holidays, where effects of the ice storm were evident.
The soldier and poet John McCrae, writer of In Flanders Fields, has a presence here, though his body lies in a grave in Europe. His family plot is in this cemetery, and his name is inscribed on one of the tombstones. It was covered in snow as I passed by... so the names will remain hidden until spring.
The ice storm had its effect throughout Woodlawn, bending and breaking branches and trees.
There'll have to be intensive work come spring. Some graves required more immediate attention- if a large branch has fallen against a gravestone, for instance, it would have to be removed, but many of the fallen branches can be left for the spring.
Cemeteries are peaceful places to walk through. It feels quiet, and this one in particular has a good deal of land for strolling.