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Colonial Williamsburg

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

As I mentioned in this post, Shawn and I went to Williamsburg in February. I wanted to post more pictures about this trip before I posted about my more recent trips. We went President's Day weekend, and we were so blessed to have beautiful weather!

 Sheep at Peyton Randolph House

 Peyton Randolph House. This house wasn't open but the property was beautiful.

 St George Tucker House

 weapons storage at the Magazine


 Coffee House

 The Capitol

 Cabinetmaker (what we call a furniture maker). This was my favorite building.

 Inside the cabinetmaker

 Governor's Palace

 The Milliner

 Bruton Parish Church, George Washington attended services here. The church is still conducting services today.

 Governor's Palace

 weapons on the wall of the entry in the Governor's Palace, a show of power

 gardens of the Palace

 vegetable gardens

cheese shop in Merchant's Square. Our favorite was the white cheese on the left. Unfortunately, we can't remember what it's called.

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