No, there is no immediate concern, but I was thinking about this and came up with a list of the top ten things to do with my ashes. I noticed that many have a camping theme, so I thought it would fit here as well. Perhaps even a few would be familiar to folks here. The ten places to scatter my ashes, in no particular order 1. Grizzly Lake, Yellowstone National Park 2. Laguna Meadow, Big Bend National Park 3. Pebble Beach, Acadia National Park 4. Phelps Lake, Grand Teton National Park 5. In the water off Laguna Station on an outgoing tide, South Padre Island, TX. 6. Little St. Germain Lake, Vilas County, Wisconsin 7. Near the library at UT-RGV, Edinburg, TX (It should be that long from now) 8. Renwood Golf Course, Round Lake, Il (if it is still a course of course) 9. Lincoln Park Zoo, Chicago (near the monkeys, I want to hear people laugh) 10. Bring me someplace new. My wife and I would like the first five to happen after the second one passes and for our ashes to be mixed and then spread. Too morbid to think about?