I drove us to the Pensacola Historic Village. It just so happened that the
first parking space I found was in front of the main office of the Pensacola
I loaded up with video camera, a digital camera and
a more traditional 35mm camera, along with carrying cases. As Kurt quipped,
I looked like quite the tourist.
We entered the office. There we met Bob, a tour guide. Medium hight with
that slighty stocky middle-age build and an easy going personality, he
welcomed us to the village. Kurt told him we were there to see the Dorr
House, Lear House and the Old Christ Church. Bob informed us that those
were on the tour he was giving in another hour. So Kurt and I bought the
With about an hour to kill, we decided to walk around the Historic District.
Looking at the map I found the three sites we were interested in, less than
a block away and grouped together. We approached the Dorr House and took a
look from the sidewalk, as a wooden fence blocked access to the house. The
gate was closed but not locked. Across the street was a woman dressed in
period clothes sitting on the porch of another old house. Kurt introduced
himself and asked if we could walk through the gate. She said that if we
had purchased tickets to the tour we were free to walk anywhere on the
grounds but not to enter any building as they were locked.
We then spent the next hour exploring the outside of each site, then went
back to the main office to start the tour with Bob.
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