By the time Mom and I had finished our lunch at the tavern the rain had stopped. Across the street were a couple of destinations that we hadn't got to earlier so we thought we'd visit those next. The above picture is of the inside of a shop that was supposed to be the Post Office. We enjoyed some browsing and picked out a few things to buy.
Outside of the post office I posed for a picture. The gate leads to a path that goes around back and below the post office to the bindery and printing shop.
The master bedroom.
I loved all of the little details of the items laid out on his desk.
An extra room downstairs that would probably have been used for sleeping in the hottest months of the year.
A peek out to the garden.
Last, we exited through the rear entrance to the garden and grounds. This is the view of the back of the house.
At the end of the brick-lined path is this vine-covered, three-way arch.
This is the view of the back of the house from the arch.
Here are part of the garden and outbuildings, which include: smokehouse, kitchen, laundry, poultry house, lumber house, well, dovecote, and stable.
Beautiful flowering trees were the last thing we enjoyed as we bid farewell to Williamsburg. Such an amazing place to visit!