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Thursday, March 17, 2011

Colonial Dorchester

Colonial Dorchester State Historic Site is another place we visited using the Be A Tourist pass.

Our kids are too young to care that this was a town that existed during the Revolutionary War, but Joe and I found it interesting :) There isn't a lot left from the town - the bell tower from St Joseph's Angelican Church and the walls of a fort (made from oyster-shell concrete). They still enjoyed getting out, running around, and walking down to the river's edge.

Inside the walls of what is left from the fort
 The bell tower from the church

 We found this tree that was pretty much hollowed out in the inside.

 It was so funny that all we could see of Kayla were her legs!


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7 comments:

PEA said...

May you always have
Walls for the winds,
A roof for the rain,
Tea beside the fire,
Laughter to cheer you,
Those you love near you,
And all your heart might desire!

Happy St. Patrick's Day, dear Michelle:-)

Now that's the kind of place I'd love to visit, so much history behind it. Love the pictures, both kids look so cute in that tree:-) xoxo

Beth said...

Great pictures!!! I love the one of the two of them at the Bell Tower!

Anonymous said...

Still looked like fun!! and interesting too!! I miss Kayla and Lucas.. it is warm here and I can just see them playing in the front yard when they were living with us... oh Yea, Happy Pat's Day to everyone :) love mom/grandma

Stuff could always be worse said...

I Love history and you have some in your town :) Thanks for sharing
kim

Anonymous said...

Awe so cute! <3 kelly

Dena said...

OK - I SUCK - I lost your email - WE MUST get the kids together! we are SOOOOO close to each other!!

email me - ddavisbailey@yahoo.com

i can't wait to love on my bloggie babies!!!

Izzy, Emmy 'N Alexander said...

Sounds really cool! I love the pics and CANNOT believe that the kids are growing so quickly! I know I say that every time I stop over, but seriously, where has the time gone! ;)