This was the view up I-85 as I crossed from North Carolina into Virginia!
It’s been a beautiful day --- only a bit of cloud cover and light drizzle here and there, but Virginia in the spring? There is nothing like it!
I’m late getting this post out tonight, due to many factors, and I just go with the flow, you know?
I arrived at the hotel about 1:30pm, but they wouldn’t have a room ready for a couple hours – so I headed down into old Colonial Williamsburg to enjoy some out doors, some history, and of course to get those dang blasted steps in! Just when you meet your goal for one day, you wake up to another one, having to start all over ---who’s big idea is this?
I checked the weather on my phone, and though it said 30% chance of rain – it looked like the weather was only going to get worse as the day went on, so a bit of drizzle wasn’t going to kill me……I was going to tackle Williamsburg on foot.
Scenes like this capture my imagination of what this areas was like over 300 years ago.
Deep in the heart of Colonial Williamsburg – livestock graze as they always have.
Spring is evident in the blooming of the trees….over shadowed by dark skies and random rain drops.
Who lived in this tiny cottage?
Come walk through Williamsburg with me! I’ve uploaded the rest of my photos into a slide show below.
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