Colonial Williamsburg gets Blogged!

As an employee of the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, on the one hand, and a digital hack, on the other, I often feel like I live in two very separate worlds: one deliberately off the grid; the other utterly dependent upon it. Occasionally, they collide, as in our Ravenscroft blog, covering our archaeolgical field school in 2007 and 2008, and this post, by Adam Crymble. Adam writes approvingly of CW’s Historic Trades staff, and rightly so. They are one of the highlights of any visit to the Historic Area, and consistently reward the curiosity of visitors with their depth of understanding about their craft.

So thanks, Adam, for the good press. Tell all your friends.

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