November 17, 2010

Wordless Wednesday - Plimoth Plantation



14 comments:

Trac~ said...

That is so neat! My husband and kids would love this place! Happy WW! :) xoxoxo

Dina @ 4 Lettre Words said...

We love all-things-history, so that's a place that my family would adore!

Amy said...

These pics are so neat! Thanks for sharing them with us and for visiting my blog!!!

Dazee Dreamer said...

HOnestly, you go to the most awesome places.

Baby Sister said...

I love the "Welcome to the 17th Century" sign. :) Such a neat place!! Thanks!! :)

Tightwad Mom said...

How absolutely fabulous! I loved every picture! I have thoroughly enjoyed all the pictures from your vacation.It's almost like being there.

kayembee said...

Great, great photos. Thanks for the tour!

Loren said...

These pics are sooo awesome! We have been watching the Amazing Race this year and the contestants had to go to a place that looked alot like this and plant some potatoes. They had to wear those dresses (male or female it didn't matter) and scoop up the manuer and then plant the potatoes. It was so funny watching the women who lived there teach these contestants! :) Awesome WW! I love it!

Flying Giggles and Lollipops said...

Those are fabulous photos! I love going to historical places like this!

Kathleen said...

I'd love to visit this place! The photos are great.

Whimsical Creations said...

Looks like a pretty cool place to go on vacation!!

GrammyMouseTails said...

we have gone to a place here in WI that has lots of original homesites & buildings rescued from around the state & set up as working farms & towns in the time era they were built, and in the type of community they originally would of been in. It is called Old World Wisconsin. It is only open during the warm seasons, and needs lots of volunteers to run it. Very interesting to go & see how people in the past had to live. thanks for sharing :)

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Love the pictures. Looks like a great place to visit. Somedays I think that is how I would like to live but then I remember all the nice comforts of home.

lisaschaos said...

Wonderful, wonderful little piece of history - I have never been to one of these. You make me think I should. :0)