Truthfully, for us, we were in and out of Colonial Williamsburg ... way too hot to walk the village. Other than William & Mary College & a little evening acoustic music the night before... we decided to head to Jamestown for the Settlement History. Now, that we loved.
We found our TOTEMs while there too!
Indoors for most of the time at the museum, with a little jaunt outside to see the Powhatan Village ... truly amazing how it was in those days ... super construction of huts and clothing.
Guess where the term: 'a buck' (meaning a dollar) came from......they traded buckskin. One buckskin was worth 'a buck.' They hunted for the skin, not the meat, for trading.
Learning, learning at Jamestown Settlement.
Of course, meeting my new friend and fellow drum facilitator and music therapist - Becky Watson - just put the cool icing on the very full and hot day! Margarita's at Taco Mexicali in Williamsburg/Norge - a local haunt.