Hello everyone Timothy Turner again the Manager of the Wampanoag Homesite and Sunday November 29th 2009 is the end of anoghter season and museum will close, is has gone bye fast. This is the end of my 20th season here at Plimoth Plantation.
I just wanted to thank all of you for visiting the blog thought the year while we were open and I hope you will still visit the blog in the off season. I will for the first time be able to show our public what we do in the winter thought video blogs you will love to see. I have some great ideas for blogs this winter and trust me they will be great. Well thanks again for visiting the blog and now I want to leave you with some pictures from this season so here go’s.
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I wanted to show you the progress we have made on the Neeswetu so here go’s hope you like what I wrote.
I guess I should first tell you everything we do on the site is done slowly. We do this so as many visitors can see it as possible because we don’t do a lot of these things every year. We only building houses every 3 to 5 years.
We have finished the top of the house, what we call the cap, witch is the very top of the house. We are now working on the ends of the neeswetu and will be the last step in roofing the house.
This house will have flat ends not round like some of the other houses on the homesite. The bark we are using is Popular bark and today, we go to Waldorf Maryland to get big sheets of bark today to a saw mill that select cuts in a forest that has 100 year old trees.
I have posted some picture below click on read the rest of the post blow to see them. I also would like you to comment on the blog click comment and leave me your comment and I will answer you.