We decided to visit the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown today. (Yorktown is where the deciding battle of the Revolution happened. It was really interesting. They have a reenactment army camp and plantation outside that was fun to walk around. Also, we were able to have one of Mom’s friends from college join us for … Read moreHartian Vacation To Williamsburg! (And, Uh, Some Other Places.) – Friday.
We woke up at 11:00 am (which probably tells us we are doing too much at home), so we didn’t actually end up getting to Jamestown until like 1:00. 🙂 I had woken up at 10:40 something, looked at the time and thought, “Oh stink! We’re not going to get to do anything today if … Read moreHartian Vacation To Williamsburg!!!!! (And, Uh, Some Other Places.) – Wednesday.
Soooooo, We made a last minute decision to go on vacation (something that seems to happen quite a lot!) to visit Williamsburg. Huzzah! (My patriotic mood is quite strong due to the fact I brought two books about the Culper spy ring, and Mrs. Cote’s The Voice the Revolution and the Key. Also, we stopped at Barns … Read moreHartian Vacation to Williamsburg!!!! 🙂 Sunday through Tuesday.
We were able to rent our condo for one more night, and so we decided to actually leave tomorrow instead of today. Yay!!!!! Warm weather for another day! Anyway, we left for the Edison and Ford Winter Estates. They were beautiful! Apparently, Edison and Ford were best friends. So much so that Ford moved his … Read moreHartian Family Vacation Day 8
Around 14 million American Girl dolls have been sold in the world, but most of the girls who own them have absolutely no clue as to how the company started; can you believe that? So, I gathered as much info about the company as I could from friends, myself, and online and tried to explain it … Read moreThe History Of American Girl
This post took me longer to put up than I was hoping, but here goes…We just got back from a week-long vacation where we went to Dearborn, Michigan and Baltimore, Maryland. We visited a lot of fun places like the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan and the National Aquarium, Historic Ships, and Fort McHenry … Read moreMy Vacation To Dearborn, Michigan And Baltimore, Maryland
My dad showed me this picture. It’s Mount Rushmore under construction in 1939…… cool, right?