Saturday, August 18, 2012

Williamsburg: Jamestown

We got one of the week-long passes for Jamestown and Yorktown, because we knew that spending an entire day at each one with small children would be torturous for all involved.  We were able to come and go as we pleased, and it worked out quite well!  These pictures are from several different days, which is why you see some different outfits.  :)


Caleb enjoyed pounding the corn.


Abby spent a whole lot of time after lunch doing this...


...except when she was just trying to fake me out!


There was a church that Caleb LOVED.  He didn't want to leave.  We thought he was pretending to be the pastor and deliver a wonderful sermon to those in the service.  


Nope.  He was having a battle in the church.  Nice one.


The ships were a big hit with Caleb.  There were three we could go on and explore...and explore, he did!!

Piece the Cannon!!!


This girl loved Caleb, and he asked her all kinds of questions.  When he came back on here later with Matt, Caleb told Matt everything he'd learned while she listened in.  She was so impressed with his memory!  The boy is a sponge.


There was an artillery demonstration.  It was loud, but Caleb really liked it.


Steering the ship.



More cannon action


Abby wasn't overly in love with the boats, but she did think it was fun to sweep the floor.


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