Colonial Williamsburg
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Here are some of the charactors we encountered on our walks. They were friendly, courteous,
and knowledgeable of the times they were portraying.

A Journeyman in the Wheelwright's shop at the Governor's Palace. This is where the carriages are made.
Carriage Maker
Court Musician
One of the court Musicians playing a "viola da gamba", a predecessor to the cello.
The Weaver learning to work her loom.
The Weaver
Patrick Henry
Patrick Henry speaking about his life from a stage in the gardens behind the Palace.
The Blue Carriage was an open top, around-the-town vehicle you could hire for a tour.
Blue Carriage
Maggie and I
A couple of VIPs ready for a ride.
The Fife and Drum Corps marched from the Capitol to the courthouse....
Fife & Drum
Washington addressing troops
...where George Washington addressed the troops.