Ok so crazy design right? This is in what they called "The Palace" in colonial Willaimsburg(it was nothing what I would expect a palace to look like, just a very large colonial house) Apparently all the Mayors lived in this house. One mayor had 592 weapons displayed at a time, of course it was ransaked of all the original weapons during a war.
Me and my new friend.....I was unaware of a picture being taken, but I think its cool shows the road and all, the cobblestone to the left is the original road from the 1600's. Oh this is also Colonial Williamsburg.
This isnt that interesting.....unless it reminds you of a childhood memory like me! All it is snowcones, but its "stuffed" or thats what they call it. They have soft serve ice cream inside of it odd but so good. So i've never had this before, but when I was little after my softball games we would sometimes go to a snowcone shop and they put marshmallows in the bottom of the snowcones, like the jiffy puff kind.
Back in Colonial Willaimsburg for the second day. We're listening to some guy tell us about how they use to make bricks....We are all very very interested in what we're hearing :D
So glad I'm a modern day Hair Stylist!
Busch Gardens and it was cold cold cold! Not as cold as the day before which I dont have any pictures of since I was too cold hahahahaha!
Smithsonian, American Indian Museum. pretty cool huh?
In front of the Whitehouse. Ironically practically right across the street from all the major banks in America. I bet Obama loves that thrown in his face.
This is MY wall or thats what I'd like to think anyway, or then it came down because of me hehe. This is in the Smithsonian of American History.
I'm going to stop here because, well because if I dont there might be a war.....I still have plenty of pictures from Washington D.C. that I will hopefully be putting up soon. Very soon! Its nice not living with technology for a while especially when thats how news travels. Anyway its getting interesting over hear I think I'll escape and take a shower. More, better things to come I promise