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It’s Almost Time…

March 13th, 2009 by admin

The long winter is almost over and most of the Colonial Interpretation staff has returned for pre-season training. We are looking forward to the coming season and intend to do our very best to entertain and educate all of you who come to see us. We look forward to your visit and we hope you can stay a while and talk to all of us. I’ll be playing Capt. Myles Standish, so even if he won’t recognize you, feel free to stop by his house at the top of the hill and say hello.

Buddy

5 Responses to “It’s Almost Time…”

  1. Jenny says:

    Welcome back, Buddy! (And all of you other interpreters too!) We’ve survived our long winter down here at Henricus, but the Virginia winter hasn’t been as harsh as it is for all of you northern colonists. Only one snow that didn’t last long… :)

    Godspeed!

    Jenny

    Henricus Historical Park
    Historical Interpreter, Domestic Skills
    Chester, Virginia

  2. admin says:

    Thanks Jenny,
    I didn’t really go anywhere, just have been in the education department all winter. It’s nice to see our peers are reading the blog. Stop in anytime and if you are up here please let us have you as our guest.

    Cheers,
    Buddy

  3. Carla says:

    Think you could make it a ‘road show’ and come to East Texas??? I hope you guys have a wonderful season:)

  4. Shelley-Jo says:

    I am so ready.

  5. God keep you all-Have a wonderful season-Shelley-Jo-YOU rock-Best of luck on SATURDAY to all the crew-Sincerely
    Maureen

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