Just like I mentioned in my last post, I found another gem last monday when doing map-hopping – The Historical Rosemount Plantation.
Landing at the garden gate, you can immediately see the beautiful stone carvings on the walls and the amazing cast iron work on the gate itself.
I usually take a look at the “About land” just in case the places have specific rules, like RP or dress codes, and here is what was written:
Historic Rosemount Plantation is a 19 room, 1832 Southern Antebellum plantation located in Forkland, Alabama and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places by the US Department of the Interior. Built by Ethan Westland as his home in SL.
Curious as I am, I talked to my friend Google, who knows everything, and I got the wiki page of the plantation. The manor looks exactly like the real one and Mr. Ethan Westland has made a great job. I didn’t enter the house, since it was private, but I started walking down the road among beautiful trees dressed in red and orange.
At the end of the path there was this little chapel with amazing stained glass windows and near by a small graveyard, not a spooky one, no worries.
I was starting to get hungry and feeling a bit tired of all the walking so I went to the apple trees nearby and decided to call it out for the day with an apple and some rest.