This past weekend in Marietta, the replicas of the Niña and Pinta docked on the Muskingum River. They arrive at Marietta every three years, so while they were docked, we decided to take the opportunity to see them, in spite of the weather. With the windchill, Sunday morning’s temperature was about 20 degrees F. Still worth every freezing moment.
The ships were much smaller than I imagined from how I had envisioned when studying history in grade school. Anyway, I thought I’d share some of the photos. Their next stop is in Charleston, WV.