Throwback Adventure – Fort Phoenix State Reservation – Massachusetts

I will have sections of my blog that I will title “Throwback Adventure”, and will plan on posting them every Thursday. These are journeys we have taken before I started the blog, but are well worth sharing. Many of these Throwback Adventures will include our Buster, who was known for his crazy tail, his happy howl, and his zest for life. We miss him dearly…he is forever in our hearts!

In January 2017 Shadow and I Adventured to Fort Phoenix State Reservation in Fairhaven, Massachusetts.  Fort Phoenix Reservation is one of the smallest State Parks in Massachusetts.  It is a historic site and has opportunities for recreational activities including swimming.  Fort Phoenix dates back to the American Revolutionary War.  It was originally built in 1775 but later reconstructed after being destroyed by the British.

We had a historic Adventure to Fort Phoenix State Reservation back on a dark winter day.  I remember Shadow rolling almost immediately, obviously thrilled to explore a historic Fort (haha).  We walked around touring the Fort ruins, viewing the canons, and enjoying views across the Atlantic Ocean.  We even spotted a lighthouse from afar.  We appreciated the history and our Adventure to yet another New England Fort.  And although I thought we may have been there on one other occasion, I have yet to locate those photographs.  So glad we were able to Adventure to the Fort Pheonix State Reservation (Throwback Adventures will not always be rated).

 

 

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