In Huşi, we first found the old cemetery which was accessed through what appeared to be private property.  It was a situation analogous  to what we found  in Bârlad, Romania in 2014, with a portion of the cemetery allotted to chickens.  There was a small section containing about a dozen stones—mostly boots—that was fenced off for chickens, while the remaining few stones were scattered over a large area covered by very tall weeds and grass.  The cemetery contained a damaged and derelict ohel and featured no sign of significant upkeep.