Our third day was the Lord's day, which found us starting our day at Bruton Parish as has been our pattern for the last several visits. I forgot my camera, so I don't have a picture to show, but our view from the balcony looked a lot like the image here.
cricket bowling on the lawn of the Market Square. Just a few hours earlier, a customed CW interpreter had invited us to a cricket match as we exited Bruton Parish; that interpreter happened to be this young man's father. Levi Walker and his sister Annaiah (to his left) turned out to be two of five home-educated siblings that have lived with their parents on the property of Colonial Williamsburg for the last five years, currently residing in the home behind Levi which happens to sit directly east of the Peyton Randolph House. Levi's dad, Brett, is a journeyman shoemaker that works in the shop on Duke of Gloucester Street, and is organizing an 18th century cricket match at Bacon's Castle on April 20. The game will be played to 1755 rules, 18th century dress is expected for players and spectators, and vendors are encouraged to hawk their wares (which I assume will be period-correct as well). If you're in the area on the 20th, head out to Bacon's Castle and check it out!