|The southerly route|
|The ships that made the journey|
If it wasn't so tragic it would be funny. The tour guide we had reminded us that the English settlers arrived with linen and wool clothing for the summer season when the Indians went around in loin cloths. They did coat themselves in bear grease to not only ward off the nasty bugs but also which acted as a sunscreen. The settlers sweated and struggled ... and died in droves.
|Fort James today... in a bit better condition. This is the 1610 rendition.|
|We were there!|