On Monday, September 26, we went to Jamestown. The first thing we did was go to the bathroom. I got stuck in the first stall! With an automatic toilet! I hate automatic toilets! With regular toilets you can open the door and then flush, if you're scared of bathroom stalls and toilet sounds (which I am)! After banging on the door it finally opened.
Then we walked to the Native American tribe camp. All of the stuff outside was hands on so we could touch anything: pelts, feathers, beds, turtle shells. I loved everything about the camp!
|Inside one of the houses|
|Outside one of the houses|
|Benjamin "sleeping" on a bed|
|Checking out some arrows|
|Miriam holding a deer leg|
|Zoë going into one of the houses|
I touched most of the pelts, including a fox pelt, which, by the way, was super soft!
There was a game where there were some feathers attached to a corn cob, and you had to throw it into a target. It was a super fun game, and even life was hard, it would be fun to live in a Native American camp!
|Rachel making it through the hoop|
|Miriam making it through the hoop|
|checking out an in-process burn-out canoe|
|standing in the canoe (mom said we could not sit in it because it was all charcoal)|
|Zoë with some charcoal on her face|