This document is the last will and testament of Cody John Winchester of .
My preferences for the disposition of my corpse are, in descending order:
If you go the cremation route, I'd ask that you scatter the ashes over a plot of wheat, then harvest the wheat and thresh it into flour, then bake the flour into bread and make me into sandwiches. If that's too much work, just scatter me in Sinks Canyon somewhere.
Also, if you think of it, it'd be cool if someone read May Swenson's poem "I Will Lie Down" at the ceremony.
All money and personal property to my wife, Laurel, and to my children, Julian and Lucy. Donations to Investigative Reporters and Editors in lieu of flowers. .