I think I've mentioned before that I love cemeteries, so spending the last two days at cemeteries in central Utah has been lovely. My husband has quite a number of ancestors there. We visited Ephraim, Mt. Pleasant, Fountain Green, Spring City, Nephi, Emery, and Huntington. We had good luck finding our ancestors (and lots of Madsens in the Mt. Pleasant cemetery).
Cemeteries all have their own style. I prefer the older ones that don't have lots of fancy new headstones, or ones in beautiful locations. The old Pioneer Cemetery in Ephraim, Utah is one of my favorites, along with Afton and Grover, Wyoming, and Swan Lake, Idaho.
A lot of cemeteries have their burials online now, or they have a directory at the city hall or somewhere at the cemetery itself. Even if there is no directory, it is pleasant to wander around a cemetery looking for a ancestor.
(I'm trying to be good and not write about Gaza again. If you distract me with cemetery stories, that will help, since I am rather cross about things right now.)