History is like treats. It gets better with age. Today, I am exploring an old place of history that is just around the corner from the Smile TV office on Easy Street. It is a very smart place of history that tells the story of Smile Valley in the Pre-Sophie Times.
There are lots of old buildings here at very smart place of history. They are made of wood, because that is how buildings were made back then. Now they are more brickly or cementy than they were in the times of history.
In the Pre-Sophie times, people were much flatter than they are now. They used to pick aipercoats a lot. Aipercoats have a pit in them that does not crunch like a treat, so these flat people had to remove the pits from them before they could eat them. That’s too much work for something to eat, but it is worth it when you get to eat it.
This is where the historical people would sit and watch the colored pole spin. Sometimes, they would go inside the door and come out groomed with shorter hair. This is kind of like what happens when I go to the groomer, but I do not have a colorful pole to watch on the porch before grooming.
This is the place where the Smile Valley history people lived in their home. It is a big, white house, like my house, only my house is not white or historical except for my dog history, of interesting times. It is very good to be able to stand on the porch and watch the day shine brightly in my face standing on the porch.
I found a very useful and informationary sign with Bill the History Beaver on top of it. Bill says that this was once a huge piece of land owned by Mexico, but in California. They called it Rancho Simi, because there used to be a village here called “Shimiji.” That is very entertaining and sounds like Sushi, which is my sister’s name. Bill told me he would give me a treat if I got involved with the history of today, so I did.
I found a very important sign of history that told me where to put my butt. So I put it right where the sign said. I am a very good dog of history.
Another very good way to get involved with history was to hitch myself to the wagon of history and pull it like the older history dogs from the Pre-Sophie times. I like to be involved with history. I will do it again soon.
Have you been involved with history? Tell me about it by leaving a comment or sending me a message at email@example.com. You can also ask Bill the History Beaver a historical question here!