“Spring in Williamsburg”
Class of 1965 Mini: May 3-5, 2012
Tucker Mays, Chairman, Out of Hanover Mini-Reunions
You can’t beat the May weather at Williamsburg!
Dave Pearsall, Bill D’Olier, Bill Webster, Steve Fuller, Tim McLaughlin, Jim Griffith, Lee Arbuckle, Marshall Wallach, Brad Hawley, Jim Markworth, Jim Hamilton, Tom Long, and Tucker Mays with spouses enjoyed the spring sunshine, history, and good company.
Thanks to Tucker’s superb organization, discounted room rate accomodations in the village, custom tours and dinners were arranged, and our very own Revolutionary War historian, Tom Long led a Jamestown-Yorktown tour. We also hit Williamsburg the year they celebrate the Battle of Willamsburg, a Civil War battle fought in 1862 that has escaped the notice of many Civil War buffs. Not an insignificant engagement, 4,000 troops from both sides were killed that day.
Williamsburg is an amazing place with a wide variety of cultural, historical, and recreational activities to chose from and it just couldn’t have worked out better that classmates came from as far away as Oregon and Montana to enjoy the comraderie and American history.
Watch the slideshow album with pictures taken by Tom Long and Jim Hamilton.