Chasing the Sunrise travel blog

Courthouse where trials were heald by the king's judges representing the crown...

Inside of the courthouse and an reenactor explaining the king's law and...

Outside of the Bruton Parish Church building.

Era coaches available for transportation of tourists around colonial Williamsburg.

Inside of the House of Burgess where the governor and his court...

A cobbler constructing shoes using the tools of the trade used during...

The British powder magazine and armory stores for the governor and his...

Various arms used to equip the governor's troops when needed for battle.

A 100 caliber flintlock rifle. Very big and very heavy. For taking...

About the sizure of most of the powder that ultimately lead Virginia's...

The amount of powder left behing by the British crown after they...

Many rifles and muskets ready for use in the armory. Some original...

Drums and pistols in the armory.

A silversmith crafting a bowl from a round silver blank.

A reenactment of a hearing at the courthouse where the charges were...

A humbled American citizen humiliated and in stocks. Life is just unfair...

Apothecary. Where drugs and potions were mixed for the colonists.

British Governor's Castle where he stayed while representing the King's rule in...

Swords used a decorations and as arms for the British troops in...

More weapons decorating the crowns crest in the Governor's castle.

A map of the 13 original colonies in the British Governor's castle.

The original grandfather clock brought by British nobility from England to the...

The ballroom with pictures of the king and queen in the Governor's...

Down the main street of Williamsburg.


"Pictures are worth a 1000 words." Enjoy.



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