I just read a story about a Muslim who was dismayed by the American funerary standards when he had to bury his dad. Their custom is "shroud sack in the dirt" so the body returns to the dust as quickly as possible. He was horrified by our requirements for elaborate coffins, concrete crypt liners, embalming, etc. They had to settle for pouring some dirt in Dad's coffin.

He would have loved Loggy's green burial service on the ranch. I've always thought "chain me to some concrete blocks, and dump me off the end of the pier" sounded good. Let the crabs recycle me. Or Yazidi-style: Put me on the roof and let the vultures do their thing.