Mum passed away in 2004. She wanted to be cremated so I did what she asked. We had a small memorial service, where I hired a piper to play; Scotland the brave, and two other songs that I know she loved. I would have loved to have taped the memorial, but didn't think it was appropriate. With the holidays coming, I am thinking more and more about her. She wanted her ashes spread in the mountains, along with her two beloved shepherds. One which had been cremated years ago, and the other 7 months after mum's death. He lived with us, he was 14 and such a good dog. But I knew he was suffering. I had him put down on her birthday in 2005. I would like to honor her wishes to spread their ashes, but have no idea which mountains to take her to! She died without a will, but I know she loved Canada and New Mexico. Since Canada is so far from Texas, I am thinking it might be nice to take her to Taos, where we spent so many summers. Has anyone ever spread their loved ones ashes? Did they specify where? I wish she would have told me, it would have made a decision so much easier.
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