I teach U.S. history so felt compelled to visit Plymouth Rock while in Plymouth, even though it plays an over-inflated role in history. So, I dragged the kids and we went. It is a very impressive looking shelter housing a small chunk of rock. Knowing the pilgrims actually first landed on the Cape, it is even less impressive. But, I checked it off the history teacher bucket list, all the while explaining to my four year old that it was a very important rock. He was less than impressed. Frankly, so was I.
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