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... was the volunteer who explained the navigation of the ship.
One more group of visitors was allowed to come onboard and then they announced the ship was closing. The rains and the incoming tide had raised the ship to a level that would make navigating the gangplank dangerous. I made Wendell go in front of me in case I slipped, but taking it very slowly, I managed to keep upright. The water by the time we left was almost to the top of the pier and ...
... 8217;d been on the road for almost 2 hours and that trucker was the first one to try to alert us. The sad part was when I went in to lower the antennae, I forgot to put it back in its original position and when I tried to turn the knob, the crank flew to pieces. Wendell had to come in and take care of it for me. Did I mention, testily? Like he’s never made a mistake? Ha!
We made it safely to the Williamsburg RV Camp located a few miles west ...
... 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 ...
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We’re finally saying goodbye to Washington DC and Cherry Hill Campground in College Park, Maryland. This is day 14 at this RV park, and the time has gone by quickly.
Now, on to Colonial Williamsburg to see how the people lived in the 18th century. ...
... art collection assembled by the wife of John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Abby A. Rockefeller. Both museums are housed in the same building as the public hospital, which opened in 1773, and which was the first public institution to care for the mentally ill in the colonies. (That was no picnic for the patients. We saw the exhibit of treatments used at that time.)
I wasn't aware that Colonial Williamsburg was in disrepair until the early 1900's, ...