Sunday, July 14, 2013

A Sunday in July in Colonial Williamsburg

Sunday, July 14, 2013
Isabella reporting,

Huzzah! I'm visiting Colonial Williamsburg this week, gathering all manner of historical fun stuff for future blogs. This was a hectic day, without time for proper blog-writing, but I did want to share this photograph from this morning - before the temperature rose to the mid-90's to welcome me to Tidewater Virginia in the summer. Hmm...they're on the steps of the Margaret Hunter Millinery Shop. What did I discover within? Come back on Wednesday to see what new delights the mantua-makers had for me!

Photograph copyright 2013 Susan Holloway Scott.

4 comments:

Connie Unangst said...

Don't forget to visit the kitchens and talk with fellow historian and cook Kimberly Costa.

Historical Ken said...

I hope you will have a whole gaggle full of photos so I can visit CW vicariously through them.
Maybe one day I'll actually make it there on person...

QNPoohBear said...

Hope you're having fun! Williamsburg is one of my favorite places. That gentleman's yellow stockings are quite striking!

Anonymous said...

Perhaps he ought to read "Twelfth Night"

 
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