Yesterday afternoon, after a golf tournament at eQuinelle Golf Course, I drove about 5 minutes south to visit Tom Chu’s lonely grave.
It was very easy to find the tomb which was located right behind the Dairy Barn. There were pretty artificial flowers in a basket and a broken pot in font of the tomb stone. I took some pictures and measured the distance between Tom’s grave and the edge of whole cemetery by steps, 44 in total. I remember when first person told me the story the distance was about 100 meters. I noticed that there were many new tombs in the cemetery. The gap was getting smaller and smaller over 67 years after Tom died.
Mary, the owner of Dairy Barn, happened to walk out of the door with a broomstick. I greeted her and had a brief talk. It was her that put flowers to Tom. Unfortunately, she didn’t know anything more about Tom’s background and anybody who might have known of. She’s so kind to take care of Tom’s tomb. I asked if she agreed to have a photo in my book. She said that she didn’t want to have her photo taken for public.
The words above the pointing hands were not easy to identify. I tried my best. leeniedevinity may figure them out.