Spent the day exploring their living history museum. These are the original buildings, many built around 1745, pre-revolutionary war.
Taking a week off from my volunteer duties at the Park, I took the train to Willamsburg and cycled to Jamestown, making a 17-mile loop. Living history museum and ships of John Smith are fascinating.
The glasses are in my cabinet, collector items!
A beautiful colonial town, not destroyed during the Civil War, by an agreement.
Spending four months volunteering as a cabin camp host at Prince William Forest Park is a great opportunity to enjoy living in a forest. But I make a few trips into Washington DC to spend a night or two, and take my bike, too.
One of my favorite things to do in a city is just walk down the street, enjoying the neighborhood and whatever comes across my path. Walking through Georgetown on “O” Street, I saw the Mansion, a museum, and spent a few hours exploring it. Not free, but the $30 fee was worth it. Also are photos of the neighborhood. Enjoy!