We took the 1pm Mesa House tour, which was the only thing somewhat interesting. There was no Señora Gallegos in the Gallegos house kitchen cooking and sharing her recipes (she must have gone out to lunch). The leatherworker was not informative at all; he just kept on lacing a tiny bag he apparently had made. Same story with the blacksmith, he apparently had just finished doing some iron work. We were told they were not doing the candles because it was too hot. Didn't see anything remotely looking like a refugee camp of 1782 or heard any stories about the hardships of not being a patriot (as claimed in the paper we were handed). We were out of there @ 1:45pm. Wish we had taken the Flagler College tour instead!