Tigger's Histerical Virginia Tour

Woo hoo hoo hoo!

Tigger travelled along to Virginia with Laura and Lee. He had lots of interesting experiences and saw lots of new places. As you might imagine, when it comes to the history of the area, Tigger has his own unique version of the events. :-)

Part 1 of his trip report deals mostly with people and places, and Part 2 is, well, everything else. :-)

Tigger at the Yorktown Victory Memorial.

Tigger has second thoughts about this structure at the Yorktown Battlefield...guess that makes it a redoubt!

At Surrender Field, Tigger does his best Lord Cornwallis impression. (His Majesty will be most annoyed.)

Tigger in the Virginia House of Burgesses...if he'd been there in 1775, Patrick Henry would no doubt have said: " Give me Tiggerty or give me death!"

Tigger dallies with a Colonial lady in Williamsburg.

A common Tigger can only look through the fence at the Governor's Palace in Williamsburg.

Tigger hangs out at the College of Peter Paul and Mary...oops, make that William and Mary.

'Tis a fine foggy day at Monticello.

Tigger tours James Monroe's home - Ash Lawn-Highland

The rotunda at the University of Virginia.

Crozet, home of murder and Mrs. Murphy.

This is what happens when you snoop around Crozet too much!

Blazing the Appalachian Trail - one mile down, only 2173 to go!

Lower Doyles River Falls in Shenandoah National Park.

Crabtree Falls - Tigger wonders about that name...he certainly didn't see any crabs growing on trees!

Jefferson offers advice on the Declaration of Tiggerpendence: "life, Tiggerty, and the pursuit of bounciness."

Tigger tries to get John Smith to introduce him to Pocahontas.

"Can you pounce with all the colors of the wind..."

Some of the ruins in Jamestown...Tigger denies all knowledge and involvement.

Walt and Tigger find out that "insider stock trading" was both a crime *and* a punishment in Colonial days!

A giant Tigger has invaded Williamsburg! (Maybe *that's* what really happened to the Roanoke colony!)

Tigger ponders the mysteries of life in front of Daisy's house...How much wood could a woodchuck chuck, if a woodchuck could chuck wood?

Tigger and his wonderful hostesses, Louise and Daisy.

Tigger's Histerical Virginia Tour - Part 2
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