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Blizzard Hit’s Wampanaog Homesite at Plimoth Plantation!

December 22nd, 2009 by Tim

Hello Everyone,

 It’ s Timothy Turner the Manager of the Wampanoag Homesite again.  I wanted to show you picture’s of  the Wampanaog  Homesite with snow on it.   We did not get a snow storm, we got a blizzard.  We got more than 15 inches here in plymouth.  Here’s some picture’s to give you an idea how much snow we got enjoy! 

Neewetu in snow

Neewetu  (two fire house) in the snow after the blizzard 12/19/09 take a look at the new house.  It look’s good with snow on it!

neeswetu

It look’s awesome with snow on it!

nushwetu

Here’s the Nushwetu, snow all over it.  I cant even see the top of the front of the house.

boats winter

The canoe ‘s on the homesite full of snow, what do you think?

nushwetu

The new house with snow on it, it looks great with snow in it!

side of nushwetu

This is the side of the nushwetu can you see the way the snow was coming?

frame of house

This a frame of a house in our game area in the back of the homesite.

Well I hope all of you liked all of the pictures of the homesite with snow on it, leave me a message let me know what you think of this blog, did you like it? what did you like or dislike plese let me know.  I  need your feed back ok see ya!

Tim

7 Responses to “Blizzard Hit’s Wampanaog Homesite at Plimoth Plantation!”

  1. dan shears says:

    she:kon tim,
    it’d be cool to see before and after snow pics. you guys should host winter games at the site. keep up the good work!

  2. Tim says:

    Hey Dan,
    Thank you for your comment. I dont think we could have the winter games here but sounds like fun low. If you go through my blog’s you can see pictures of the site with out the snow. Dan I was looking at your email address are you Native if so Can I email you?
    Thanks
    Tim

  3. Golf Cart Steve says:

    Hi Tim, Nice pictures.
    The nushwetu (side view)looks like a big white whale with its mouth open.
    I like the covered entry on the new house? Nice place to sit out of the sun on those hot August days.

    It’s great that you are keeping us up to date during the winter.

    Steve

  4. Tim says:

    Hey Steve,

    Thanks Steve I will keep you up to date this winter.

  5. dan shears says:

    ofcourse you can e-mail me tim!

  6. dan shears says:

    i was born pennacook, but my language and traditions are mohawk.

  7. donna nelson says:

    Wonderful photographs!

    Wish I was there! The pathway also must be quite beautiful. I have my favorite spot and view on it — right at the beginning at the first signs! I love looking out to the right — the wetu there at certain times of the year blends into the background beautifully and is framed perfectly by the trees to the left of the first signs.

    Hope to see you soon!

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