We had just finished our best dinner in Charleston complete with a bottle of Pinot and post dinner port. we heard the the tale of Poogan's Porch. The last residential owners of the site sold their home and moved away, leaving behind the neighborhood dog that they had grown so accustomed to caring for over the years. As far as the little dog was concerned, Queen Street was his terrain. He had been a neighborhood fixture, graciously accepting table scraps and back scratches from every family on the block. He was no purebred fluffy puppy; he was a good ol’, down-home Southern porch dog and the porch at 72 Queen had become his favorite spot over the years. Poogan became the guardian of the fledgling restaurant. From his perch on the front porch, he presided over the renovation process, and when The restaurant family cherished him. He became an institution.
I had my camera with me. I always do when I travel. I grabbed the shot and we started surmising what this couple's story might be. You figure out your own story. for the moment.
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