Westgate Historic Williamsburg
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... Washington's arrival and a rousing speech imploring Williamsburg's residents to join the revolutionary militia. The girls were thrilled to see the cannons firing, emitting a sulfurous odor which reminded us of Rotorua (see Big Trip v.1). Touring the governor's palace and capitol building, we gained an appreciation for the tensions that led to Lord Dunmore's fleeing the colony with his family, and the growing movement to break away from the Crown. ...
... will begin our drive to Colorado. We will spend a few days with my cousin and his wife. And then on Monday, November 3, we will board the California Zephyr to arrive home on Tuesday afternoon. Since most of this portion of the trip will be quick driving and visiting family my posts may be diminished and of little interest to many of you. So thank you to all for your input and encouragement. We are finally heading west, heading home! PS And the Giants are ahead! Go ...
Hi again We took the train to Williamsburg at 2:30pm on Monday. The scenery was just beautiful. The trees were colorful and looked like fairy woods. We went by lovely, quaint train stations and wonderful small towns. We rode over and near Chesapeake Bay and saw all kinds of water craft including a small paddle wheeler. We were scheduled to arrive here by 6:15 until...... The train stopped! Along our travels people have made comments about trains being late. We had never really ...
... easily. Well it was a long walk to the far end of the cemetery to section 34. The numbering is a bit old and not on every grave, but after some searching, Ted found a few numbers and finally figured we were going in the right direction. A few minutes later we found a very large headstone that had Ted's uncle and aunt and an infant daughter all listed. We took a few pictures and noted the impressive grave mates in the area surrounding. A doctor, a scientist, a ...
... all participated in a chant that was mixed with movements combined from our new family. This was a great icebreaker and helped wiggle out the stiffness in our bodies.
We found out that the slaves had to work in unison. They did this so no one was considered weak or working too slow. In order for them to learn how to work in unison, they created songs and beats to help with the timing of their work in the fields. They also used code names to let everyone know ...