Thursday, November 15, 2007

No Thursday 13 today BUT

Yesterdays I posteds a slide show of Mommy Beans visit to the Mayflower 2. It was a replica of the originals ship that sailed here to America. Mommy said that she certainly woulds not have liked to take that ship across the big pond. (I thinks its cuz Mommy gets sea sick on any boat, not cuz it looks uncomfy.)

Todays slide show is about Burial Hill. There were many graves there, although it was originally for the Fort that was there. The Powder House was torn down as it was made of wood and they sold that. (The Powder House was where they kept the wepons.) Mommy Bean said she could see why they chose that area for a fort, you could see everywhere from that hill.

The second part of the slide show is about the The National Monument to the Forefathers.


10 comments:

Dragonheart said...

Great slide show and wonderful photos. There are some interesting headstones at Burial Hill and the Monument to the Forefathers looks very nice.

Tigmut'hep said...

Oh you'z takes dis Thanksgiving thing serious! Purrsonally I could take a turkey with some serious gravy! :)

Nice to see you here too! :)

Captain Jack and Dante said...

Those are great pictures, thanks for sharing! Our Mommy loves old cemetaries - she says she finds them beautiful.

Daisy said...

Those old headstones were so interesting. Such a sense of history! I was a little bit scairt of the one with the skull and crossbones. I wonder why they chose that for their headstone?

Tybalt said...

Another great slideshow! I have enjoyed them very much. Way to get into the Thanksgiving spirit, TT!

zevo calamari said...

Thank you for the slideshow... where do you live? we are in salem, ma!

michico*Adan said...

I like the slide show~!!!
It's very very beautiful~!

michico*Adan said...

By the way, I still figure out how will I use a pilgrim or indian custome, I think that is hard~~~
Still working on...

Karen Jo said...

The slideshow isn't working for me at the moment. I'll try again later.

Karen Jo said...

It started working just as I commented. The pictures are great. Thank you for sharing them with us.