Sunday, June 7, 2009

Retracing History

Mom wanted to link history and nature which lead us to hike the Greenspring Greenway Trail near Williamsburg, Virginia.
The three mile trail traces the foot steps of the Indians and the early colonists.
The trail is next to the "Mainland Farm" which is the oldest continuously cultivated farm in America!
It's 1 mile south of the first permanent English settlement ~ Jamestown. So this puts the farm well within boundaries of the first American Settlement
Here we are! Starting out on our adventure!
Kiley is checking out a noise heard somewhere off the bridge
The boardwalk runs through the wetlands so we don't get out paws muddy
We're coming up now alongside the Mainland Farm
We discover some ancient farm equipment
The cornfields remind me of our furfriends in the midwest.
Retracing the steps of the early colonists
Pocahontas is that you?


Thor and Marco Polo and 2 Kats said...


Wow - What a beautiful walk and history lesson too!

Thanks for sharing!

Thor and Marco Polo

The Thundering Herd said...

What an excellent walk and we really liked the long trippy trapp bridge.

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

What a great nature and history trail in one!

Tank woo fur sharing!


The Army of Four said...

Oh my goodness! That is a VERY long trippy-trap bridge! You were very brave to go over that!
PS: Did you really see Pocahontas?

The OP Pack said...

Oh, that was such a nice post. History, nature, and beautiful pups all in one - thank woo so much.

Tail wags, the OP Pack

Tracey and Huffle said...

What a great adventure you got to go on!

Huffle Mawson