Is your family going to scatter a loved one’s cremated remains following their upcoming cremation services in Turley, OK? If that’s your plan, you might already know where you would like to scatter their remains. But if you’re scratching your head right now and trying to decide where you should consider scattering a loved one’s remains, you should begin by putting together a list of your options. It’ll enable you to land on the right option for your loved one. Here are some of the places where you can scatter a loved one’s remains.
Out in the middle of the ocean
If your loved one was someone who spent a ton of time out on the water, scattering their remains in the water might be a no-brainer. But you can’t scatter a loved one’s remains just anywhere after their Turley, OK cremation is complete. Creeks, lakes, and even rivers will be off-limits for the most part. Instead, you’re going to have to take your loved one’s remains out into the ocean and scatter them there. You’ll need to follow some basic rules that the U.S. Coast Guard has come up with to help families scatter remains in the ocean safely.
High up on the top of a mountain
Don’t like the idea of scattering a loved one’s remains in the water? You don’t have to take that approach to dealing with the remains then! You can also keep them on land and think about scattering them high up on a mountaintop. There are literally tens of thousands of named mountains throughout the country, and you can utilize many of them to scatter a loved one’s remains. You may just need to seek the proper permission to scatter a loved one’s remains on a particular mountain.
In the wilderness of a national park
While scattering a loved one’s remains on a mountaintop can be very rewarding, it’s also going to require your family to make their way up a mountain to do it. If you have family members that can’t do this, you might want to give some thought to scattering your loved one’s remains in a national park. Many national parks have started to allow families to scatter loved one’s remains. You will just need to follow some guidelines when doing it so that you don’t end up scattering a loved one’s remains in a part of a national park that lots of people visit all the time.
Inside a cemetery in a scattering garden
There are more and more cemeteries that are opening so-called scattering gardens on their grounds. These scattering gardens are specifically designed to be used by families that want to scatter their loved one’s remains in a safe place that is close to home. This might be a fantastic option for your family if you plan on visiting your loved one’s remains in the future. It might also be an excellent option for your family if you want to keep your loved one’s remains close to the remains of other family members that have been buried in a cemetery.
When families plan Turley, OK cremations at our funeral home, we go out of our way to help them decide what to do with their loved one’s remains next. If you aren’t sure what your family wants to do, we can set you up with the assistance you need. Contact us now for all your cremation needs.