Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Picture Postcard - The Mariner's Museum

Hello,
After visiting the Mariner's Museum in Newport News, Virginia today, we traveled to our motel in Plymouth, North Carolina. One of the highlights at the Mariner's Museum is the replica of the Monitor and the actual raised turret of the ironclad ship. Tomorrow, we are off to visit Kill Devil Hills, where the Wright Brothers experienced their first successful flight.

We are having wonderful time and wish you were here to join in the fun.

Take care,
MJD

7 comments:

Margaret said...

IT does look beautiful and interesting there. I love historical sites. Our younger daughter had a fit when we dragged her to Gettysburg last year, but actually did find it interesting. (after she sulked for the whole first part of it)

Pamela said...

now that turret I would like to see.

captain corky said...

Looks like you guys are having a very nice time.

PJ Librarian said...

Great postcard pictures. Don't forget to stick your toes in the water this week.

her indoors said...

sure do wish i was with you, have fun

swampy said...

You are such a GREAT sport...am just now visiting everyone's Fun Monday post. First of all, glad you are having a wonderful time. The photos are wonderful and I can just transport myself there in my mind.
Love, love, love the Christmas stockings hanging on the shelves. What an honest person you are to post what's really there. Thanks for being such a great sport and doing your homework early...trying to prepare for a trip and all...taking the time to play Fun Monday. You're great.

Luke said...

I'm glad that Dad finally got to go there. He's been talking about that for a long time now.