Sunday, August 26, 2007

We visited the Plimoth Plantation and part of it was the Native People Village...Here is a cool log canoe and a "house" that they made from willows and wide bark strips.
Here is the inside of a very large one...assuming it was a lodge. It was quite roomy inside.
We headed over to the Plimoth town part which reenacted life in 1627. It was a "living history" town where its inhabitants were in character for that time period. They were very believable. I talked with this young man who was building a house for a good long time. He was glad to have a rest from building! On the other side was a man putting up siding and he had two young visitors helping him hammer.
This gal zoomed by us saying she needed to check for cucumbers in the garden.
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