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- Spent the day walking around Colonial Williamsburg and hanging out in a couple of local coffee shops.... great vibe here!
- Crossed the Chesapeake "River Tunnel" on the way to Maryland. It's a consecutive series of 3 bridges & 2 tunnels back-to-back that spans over 20 miles from Virginia to Maryland - very cool drive (see pictures).
- Stayed in Salsbury MD tonight to be ready for tomorrow's drive. ...
... 2 to 1. The allied armies began a cannon and mortar attack on the town, and Cornwallis quickly assessed that he was in trouble. Yorktown was soon nothing more than a pile of rubble from the cannon fire, and the Continental Army sent in their infantry to finish the job. Cornwallis tried to escape with his remaining troops by crossing the York River in small boats, but this plan was thwarted when a storm hit and travel became impossible. (Had he made ...
... could make glass for house windows, as well as vessels for drinking, bottles for medicine storage, and many other items. The ruins of this site, which are located a short distance outside the fort, are interesting to see, but the real attraction here is the currently-operating glass blowing exhibit that operates here, where the glassblowers use the same tools and methods as the colonists ...
... and toy stores. Some of the kids were really getting into the spirit of Colonial Williamsburg and had dressed in costume for the day. The girls had long flowery dressed and frilly bonnets, while the boys sported thee cornered hats and vests. The sneakers that some of the girls were wearing looked quite incongruous with their long dresses and aprons, while the brightly coloured plastic toys poking from the boys pockets made Beth and I smile. It was ...
... who was a walking encyclopedia of Civil War history. We stood at Cementary Ridge and could picture the battle due to the excellent commentary from our ranger. Also toured the David Wills home where President Lincoln stayed and wrote the Gettysburg address that he read at the dedication of the Gettysburg National Cemetery. Final stop was Williamsburg for 2 days. We toured the Jamestown settlement and the Yorktown Victory Center. Jamestown had working recreations of ...