One of the benefits of many historical homes is thats they has lots of lands with them. Charles Pinckney National Historical Monument in Charleston, South Carolina is just such place. Puppers cants go inside the historic home but they can walk the nice grounds with their pawrents.
We met Anna who was heading out to save the lands from the intrusive golf balls from the driving range next door. She warned us to be careful and and walked us along the start of the trail so we’s didn’t gets lost. She also gaves us information about the walk and snuggles fur me which is always pupreciated.
The furst President of the United States Mr. George Washington had visited this house. Back in his time the driveway would have been lined with Live Oaks but at some point in history they were replaced with Cedars.
We walked to the right and headed to where the housing for the slaves would have been. It makes me very sad to hear about peoples being treated so terribly. I try to be very respectful in places like that and remember their suffering.
We walked through the forest and ended up near the swampy wetlands. You knows how I feels about the water dear reader so I just looked from afar.
We learned that dis used to be a rice plantation. I didn’t knows that there was so much rices in South Carolina but it growed really well here.
We then walked around the other grounds of the house and ended up near the golf ball area. Thankfully no one bopped me on the head like that Little Bunny Foo Foo.
I gives Charles Pinckney National Historic Monument in Charleston, South Carolina 4 out of 4 paws.
Overall, I highly recommends a stop there. It was free! (More treats for us pups) and a nice walk. You could do a few laps if you needs to get your energies out. Plus, you can gets a stamp in your National Parks Passport!
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