We’ve had rain off and on for the past couple of days, so I’ve been able to get more work done on some of my back-logged photos. If we had enough rain for me to completely catch up, I think we would all need arks.
The picture above is the entrance to James Fort at Jamestown Settlement in Virginia. Betsy and I went there in 2007 to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the settling of Jamestown. Jamestown Settlement is a living-history museum on the road leading to the National Park, so we stopped there first.
Jamestown Settlement includes a film about the first two decades of the Jamestown colony and several galleries of artifacts from both English settlers and Powhatan Indians. The Settlement also includes a re-created Powhatan Indian Village, replicas of the three ships which brought the English settlers to Virginia, and a full-scale replica of the fort built by the settlers.
You can see more of our pictures from Jamestown Settlement HERE.