Thursday, August 11, 2011

Mom and Dad Visit Historical Lexington and Concord



Mom and Dad were off seeing the state with Grandma and Grandpa yesterday and even forgot to send Sugar a link to his birthday greetings. Mama apologizes to everyone and promises to work on catching up her commenting, next week. With Dad on vacation, it has been rather busy.

Mom and Dad went off to visit the historic sites associated with the Battles of Lexington and Concord yesterday. Oddly, the main place was in Lincoln, not Lexington as Mom learned when she started researching the federal park system. Something else Mama learned as she had thought they were state parks, they are in fact Federal National Parks. Poor Mama, she may know her history, but she is lousy with directions and guessing at federal and state jurisdiction over parks.

When we heard the word park, we thought this was an opening. However, Mama explained there would be musket demonstrations and thus not dog friendly. Later we also heard her mention that not all the sites were dog friendly, although they did see some dogs. Perhaps a walk by the bridge at some point would be an interesting historical education for us. We do not have to visit the visitor centers. We can just soak in the history like the other dogs that were there visiting. Dogs can appreciate history, too.

4 comments:

  1. Too bad you couldn't go to the park! Maybe you can learn about history of which important doggies were there from sniffing pee-mails along side the roads. Pee-mails are very educative!

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  2. Some how we can't imagine the battle being fought without some hoooman having his best pal at his side.

    Essex & Sherman

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  3. Woof! Woof! Golden Hello. Just passing by to say Lots of Golden Thanks for your Barkday Wishes. I had a PAWSOME Barkday. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

    No worries about the link. What a great place to visit n learn something from the past. Golden Woofs

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