Colonial Williamsburg

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Just a few phototos from walking around yesterday last chance to get the the colonial area this trip.  Leaving Sunday morning.

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The cookbook is very thin and I originally bought this 20 years ago and lost it when I saw it I knew I needed to get it again as I no I loved the recipes in it at $3.95 it is a nice little book.

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10 comments… add one
  • maxine lesline Jan 28, 2017

    Great souvenir to take home… and cookbooks make such soothing reading… we certainly need a huge injection of “soothing”.

    • Karen Jan 28, 2017

      Thanks Maxine I will start trying the recipes out when I get home – they have been around for years and years so with the proper credit I think it would be ok to share.

  • Vicki Jan 28, 2017

    It’s been so nice to have some sun again! I love Williamsburg. It’s a fun place to walk around and, because I live so close, you know that I never go!

  • Sandra. B Jan 28, 2017

    Safe travels back to Arkansas, Karen!

    • Karen Jan 28, 2017

      Thanks Sandra

  • Dottie bishaw Jan 28, 2017

    Have a safe trip back home.

  • Kathleen Jan 28, 2017

    I hope to go there someday, have a safe trip home.

  • Marianne Jan 29, 2017

    I visited Jamestown and Williamsburg when I was 12 with the scouts. Would love to go back and view it all with adult eyes. It looks lovely! Are you going to make some of the recipes in that little book? Hope so!

  • LisaS Jan 29, 2017

    Looks like an enjoyable trip.

    • Karen Jan 29, 2017

      it was a good trip and I was so glad to be able to spend those 10 days with my sister – I need to try to do that every year or so if I can

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