Friday, April 7, 2023


Stopped to talk to these two fellows as they were preparing the soil for spring planting, 18th-century-style, in one of Colonial Williamsburg's gardens. It's a large garden next to the recently relocated windmill and will eventually raise crops that were known to be grown in this area during the 18th century, crops like corn, barley, cotton, and tobacco.


  1. You wonder what people back then would think of re-enactors.

  2. Life was hard and a lot slower back then. Nice photo of the two workers.


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