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A nice shot of historic Jamestown, Virginia.

I’ve blogged a couple of pictures of historic Jamestown since I arrived in Virginia, simply because it is one of the places here that I’d really like to visit.  (The story of John Smith made a pretty big impression on me long ago as a schoolboy.)

Following my post yesterday, here’s a particularly good photo of the statue of John Smith there, passed along to me today by Mary Washington College Alumnus Nick Miller.  Nick is pictured below with his wife, Robin; they were there in August.  That’s the 1639 Jamestown Church behind them.  (I’m not sure if those crosses are the same one that I posted yesterday.)

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