It’s not something you want to think about, but you already know that it’s going to happen. 

You know what they say…if you eat well, get a good night’s sleep, exercise regularly, and drink lots of water, you will still die anyway. 

It’s sad, yet it is inevitable. So it is better to have a plan as to how your funeral and burial will be handled. Trust me, it will make it a lot easier on your family members, and they can appreciate that you went the extra mile to help make one of the worst days of their lives a little easier. 

That being said, it can be relatively expensive when it comes to securing a burial plot for yourself. 

Typically, a burial plot can be really expensive. If you purchase a traditional plot with a casket burial, that can range anywhere between $525 to $5,000. However, there is a burial plot for sale that is only a short drive from Western New York…and it’s going to go fast. 

For only $250, you can purchase a burial plot that is good for two caskets or four cremated urns. See the listing here

The burial plot is located at East Canton Cemetery in Canton, PA, only a three hour drive from Buffalo, NY. 

That’s not too far if your kids want to visit you for lunch or honor your birthday, etc. 

It’s going to go fast, so send a message to the seller here if you are interested.  

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