Wednesday, July 14, 1999
Thursday, July 8, 1999
This is a photo of Barbara holding the Mayflower's anchor during a visit to Plymouth, Massachusetts, in July 1999. When the Pilgrims came to Massachusetts in 1620, there were no man-made docks, so they sailed along the coast until they found a place to drop anchor. Then they had to wade, swim or row into shore. That was nearly 400 years ago. Things have changed since then.
Tuesday, July 6, 1999
This is what might have happened in the 1690's in Salem, Massachusetts, if caught squeezing Charmin. (Well, they didn't have Charmin in those days, so it wasn't a temptation like it is today.) I'm glad they don't use stocks for punishment nowadays. This photo was taken in Salem in July 1999.