Off I Go!
At least that's what I thought! Beth took me to Colonial Williamsburg in July and I was so excited to ride in a carriage!
With Real Horses!
If that baby can ride in one, then why not me?
"It's too expensive!" Beth said. She put me in a toy carriage that was sitting on a hotel windowsill. There was no driver and there were no horses. It was not a bit fun.
Watching in Williamsburg!
I guess I wasn't really tending. I was observing. There was a lot to see in Colonial Williamsburg. This was my first time in Virginia!
Split Rail Fence
I kept a safe distance as I watched from on top of this split rail fence.
Those sheep were nibbling away, at I don't know what. So I figured I'd stay out of the grass... just in case. I was ready to scramble over to the other side if they got near.
In truth, I really wanted to curl up and take a nap with this one. I could have gotten lost in that curly wool... and it would have been cozy!
My mom gave me this tiny bear over 25 years ago... because I like small things.