We got up early and went to Colonial Williamsburg and saw the recreation. It was very hot and with little shade it was a bit to much for the girls. But Sam, although hesitant at first, really got into it as he went from staging area to staging area in the the recreation and chased the red coats.
Sarah exhausted —> the preacher —>
Benedict Arnold for the British —->
Some local who wishes he didn’t sign up for this in 90 degree weather —->
The Mayor of Williamsburg —-> The reading of the Declearation of Independence —->
We are planing on getting one of these for their room at home——>
Getting some rest——->
After Colonial Williamsburg, off to Water Country U.S.A., and then late in the evening off to Busch Gardens so Susan can complete her task of riding all five roller coasters at Busch Gardens so she can honestly where he 5 for 5 T-Shirt.
Well, Susan rode the Griffon. More importantly, Sarah and Sophia went on their first real roller coaster — The Big Bad Wolf
The proud riders:
Solely for purposes of fashion , Sophia demured on the T-Shirt.
Wednesday was a double duty day: morning at Busch Gardens; afternoon at Water Country. Susan starts building up courage to ride the Griffon, then starts losing it as we watch it come down over and over again. She reconsiders as some people tell her it really isn’t that bad.
Long car ride after a late start (couldn’t find the registration at start). But we did have a new twist on the age old question “Are we there yet?”
Sophia: “Dad, did I mention that I don’t like to drive in the car a long time on vacation?”