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Welcome to an almost daily peek at our beautiful Williamsburg, Virginia which includes the "Historic Triangle" consisting of Colonial Williamsburg -the world’s largest living history museum- Yorktown and Jamestown.

July 28, 2012

Shady Carriages, Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia


In the heat of summer, the carriages board riders at hitching posts strategically positioned in the shade of large trees. This spot on one of the side streets in the colonial district is one of the shadiest as the street is almost completely tree lined.  We are not sure if the horses or the tourist appreciate the shade more.

10 comments:

Pat Tillett said...

A little shade on a hot summer day is always a good thing. Nice photo!

edvige said...

It's always wonderful photos and yr writing is very interesting if I will have possibility I will be coming in yr country. Sorry for bad english
have a nice weekend.

anjoe playhouse said...

I could use that lovely place - it's all to hot here on Lolland :(
Have a great weekend :)

Linda said...

I love the carriage rides - have never done Williamsburg by carriage though!

Beth said...

that would be fun to do & see. wow. fun. (:

Wenche said...

I often get a historical feeling visiting your blog, wonderful shot :0) Have a nice weekend :0)

Birdman said...

Probably both. Living museums like this are 'difficult' in the heat. We went to Plimouth Plantation on a day like this.

Wayfarin' Stranger said...

Excellent photo!

Michelle said...

I would love to be there enjoying a ride!

Linda said...

I love the patterns of the shade. Great photo!

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