This view from near the gazebo I left off with yesterday takes in the garden, with the reception centre for Beechwood beyond it. When I was here on Good Friday, the first spring flowers were coming up in the beds. I suspect some tulips might well be among them.
The reception center features a large chamber, designed to be an inter-faith room for use by anyone. At its center is a boulder unearthed from the grounds that serves as a reminder that while human life is transient, the greater order of things has permanence.
These little flowers were springing up outside the Neo-Gothic mausoleum, which dates to the 1930s.