This is the view as you leave the replica James Fort at Jamestown Settlement. Crops are being grown to the left and you can see the replica ships in the distance.
Here are the children up on a ship.
Here they are in front of another ship.
On the dock, a very patient gentleman taught us all about ship navigation. Unfortunately, I think he concluded we were all dunces, as we knew little of navigating.
Here is D on a ship, with the fort in the background.
Here is the deck of the Susan Constant. The sailor you see gave an authentic portrayal of a 17th Century lack of manners by picking and blowing his nose as he talked to us. I'm still a bit grossed out.
A look inside a ship cabin.
This nice young lady told about ship steering.
The ships tied up.
Next stop: the Powhatan village at Jamestown Settlement.