Friday, June 29, 2007

In Jamestown and on the James River Thursday June 14th

The swamps of Jamestown

Dr. Paul Jehle

Daddy reading the insription on the Reverend Hunt memorial.

Us with Dr. Paul Jehle. We really enjoyed our tour with him. He did a great job.

The Reverend Robert Hunt memorial

This is the site that the archaeologists are currently excavating. The crosses mark some of the graves that they have discovered.

A Civil War Battle was fought here. These are the Confederate earthworks that were erected during the battle.

"A tribute to the heroism of our English ancestors at Jamestown Virginia."

This is the plaque that sits in front of the Magna Charta Tree.

The "Magna Charta Tree"

Here we are under the "Magna Charta Tree".

The cross on Jamestown Island

This is the base of the cross

The Jamestown Church

Walls of the Jamestown Fort.

Here are some of the monuments from inside the Jamestown Church.

"In Memory of Thomas West"

"Captain John Smith"

The Tercentenary Monument

Following are pictures of the four side of the Tercentenary Monument

Thursday afternoon, we went on a boat tour down the James River. It was a lot of fun!

The boat ride tour guide, Steven Smith. He did a good job.

On the boat

There were a lot of seagulls!!!

The view out the back of the boat.

The Tercentenary Monument

A view of the Jamestown settlement from the James River.

I love the clouds! They are so pretty!!!


Enjoying the ride and the scenery.

The James River

Fort Pocahontas

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