We've been taking the dogs to some of the Revolutionary and Civil War battlefields in the area. We have yet to meet another soul ... very peaceful, lovely walks, and some history too!
Raleigh, doing his best "furrowed brow" ...
So much history to sniff!!!
Raleigh is so handsome! Looks like beautiful place to walk.
Teresa, mom to Brigetta and Prudence
Beautiful dogs and what a great place to stretch your legs!
Hmmmm ... what battlefields in "our" area have no visitors (remember I'm the one across the river from you)? We hike ours all the time, but it's packed out on the weekends.
Nice .... and peaceful!
Thanks for sharing.
The Virginia sites are usually more popular (they've got some of the bigger names :P), so we've been going to some of the Maryland locations. Today we LITERALLY had the place to ourselves at Monocacy, which is up in Frederick, MD. A few weeks ago we FELT like we had the place to ourselves at Catoctin (Thurmont, MD). There have been a reasonable number of people at Antietam and Harper's Ferry, but in the summer I think they are pretty popular. We might make our way up to Gettysburg sometime this winter ... maybe on a cold day when only the dog-walkers go out.Originally Posted by ThatsMyGirl
If we have no big plans for a Saturday, we just check out www.nps.gov (the National Park Service website) ... then we pick a park and go! So far, so good ...
Looks like a lovely place to walk your dogs. I always like to go to the quiet places as well. You are lucky that you can take your dogs in your national parks. Dogs are not allowed in them in AustraliaOriginally Posted by TheBigRaloo
Won't someone please feed me!
Dogs are not allowed in them in Australia
That looks like a great place to walk a dog. Raleigh is very handsome.