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... expecting it to be under soon. I’d say we were fortunate to arrive when we did or else we would have only seen the ships from a distance.
At the fort, we popped into the various buildings but a volunteer in the Armory kept our attention telling about the various guns and weapons. Also there was a nice cozy fire going in the fireplace and that may have been one reason we stayed longer.
We returned to the Visitor Center and our truck ...
... when this big truck blew by us with his horn blaring. We both looked at each other puzzled, glanced back to make sure the trailer was still there, and for once Wendell was in HIS lane. So we continued on our merry way till we reached a rest area. As we’re getting out, Wendell comments, testily, "I thought you said you took the TV antennae down!" Well I must have dreamed I did it because there is was, standing at attention, but remarkably still ...
... made them feel important. The fresh Virginian air indicated that food was on the agenda but first we stopped for an oratory by General Washington berating the English for offering poor prices for exported products. Next it was to the Tavern for a hearty fare of Pasties and a pint of the finest ale. Trading back our chariot we perambulated ...
... helps to preserve because it is an anaerobic environment. This is where they found the remains of Jane, a girl they believe who was about 14 who was cannibalized during "the starving period." They believe she died first, but that the colonists were so desperate for food they chose to eat her. There is also documentation of another man who killed and ate his pregnant wife during that period. He was hanged for that and then presumably became food for the ...
... around some more just enjoying Colonial Williamsburg but it was HOT!
Sunday morning we were up and at it and ready to head back to Kinston. Another lesson learned - it is not cost efficient to RV for a week-end. Because we were late leaving Friday we actually only had one day to tour Williamsburg and we were back home mid-afternoon on Sunday. It was a nice but short trip and I think Theresa and Earle enjoyed their RVing week-end.