Last stop on our weekend adventure and the final piece of America's historic triangle was Colonial Williamsburg. In the brochure they recommend visiting for several days because it is impossible to see everything. It is true that there is tons to see, but it is also the case that not everything is open every day and that many of the sites can only be viewed as part of a guided tour. During high season I can imagine it would be nearly impossible to see even a fraction of the open venues. But, this was not high season and though we were somewhat hampered by our little people, and the fact that much of Colonial Williamsburg is not geared to their age group, we saw A WHOLE LOT. Both Kenny and I had been before, but didn't remember much of it and really enjoyed our visit. It was a wonderful end to a jam-packed weekend of fun.
The Presbyterian meetinghouse.
The flag before Ireland became part of the UK and necessitated the additional stripes.
The Gaol (jail).
Duke of Gloucester Street.
A moment with horses Agamemnon and Persepolis.
The printing press.
The obligatory stockade photo.
The shoemaker who makes shoes, not to be confused with the cobbler who fixes them.
The court house.
The Governor's Palace exterior,
Spring has arrived in Colonial Williamsburg.
Hooray for living close to so many exciting places and having the time and means to enjoy them.