We love taking long walks in Colonial Williamsburg. There are benches if we wish to stop and rest or have a snack or people watch. We park our car nearby and head to the Duke of Gloucester Street that travels from William and Mary down to the Capitol. Franklin Delano Roosevelt called the Duke of Gloucester Street "the most historic avenue in all of America."
If you wish you can take a ride in a horse driven coach. Grayden asked me if I wanted to do that this trip, but I told him that I would prefer walking if he didn't mind. Maybe one day it would be fun.
Colonial Williamsburg employs interpreters to bring history alive for guests. They engage with guests in most interesting ways keeping in the period of the eighteenth century of colonial times.
The Coach and Livestock Department takes care of the animals that live and work in Colonial Williamsburg. There are sheep, oxen, and horses that need pastures and attention.
I couldn't help snap a few of the trees that were turning colors. My goodness, I do love Autumn! How about you?
There are so many photos to share, but I will save more of them for later posts. Thank you for stopping by!