Was there really one big rock at the beach on Plymouth harbor where the Mayflower Pilgrims stepped ashore? The folks in Plymouth, Massachusetts (where I am today) certainly will swear to it.
Years ago, a huge “display case” was built on the beach to showcase THE rock which is suitably engraved. They say that the original rock was part of a ledge and that still today most of that rock/ledge is underground. Who really knows? I do know that standing and gazing down at THE rock gives me a real feeling of connecting to history.
If you have early New England ancestry then you, too, likely have a Mayflower ancestor; I have eight lines going back to to folks who sailed aboard this little ship to a new life. How many of us of tthe Christmas tour family are Mayflower cousins?? I’m traveling with Maureen MacDonald and we are cousins through William Bradford.
If you are a Mayflower descendant let’s compare notes, Cousin! And I wish you could re-live history here in Plymouth with me today.
Donna, aka Mother Hen, until next peek.