Living History

Each year we take a family outing to the Living History Park to take a peak into the the Colonial world and what it was like. It’s a very hands-on, lovely history experience for all of us.

 

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Pottery making

 

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Listening to an American Folklore about Brer Rabbit.

 

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Sword Fighting

 

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Her last days of being 3…

 

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It’s rare in the south to see such fall foliage

 

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Love my men

 

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Lace work

 

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The simple things that entertained children back then.

 

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Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Franklin

 

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The toy maker was precious and welcomed all the little children to come play with the wooden toys, a breath of fresh air since some of the other folks participating in this weren’t so “kid-friendly” to put it nicely.

 

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IMG_6275 While the other ones watched the colonial circus with Kevin, buddy boy and I meandered around, I just let him roam and was able to snap a few candid pictures of him…

 

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I love this one.

 

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Climbing the fence in all his glory

 

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