BVA Day Five Part 2 Riding down the ferry dock on Tuesday AM. Jamestown Settlement living history museum, from the ferry. Tucked into the trees you can just about see the sailing ships that are replicas of the Susan Constant, Godspeed, and Discovery, which brought the first settlers to the area. Seagulls on one of their favorite roosting spots next to the ferry. On our return trip some cormorants tried to challenge them for drying-off space, but by the time the ferry launched, the seagulls had regained control of their domain. Osprey flying above the seagull roost-cum-dock pilings. The name of our ferry was the Surry. Waiting at the opposite dock was the Williamsburg. Presumably, the ferry shipping at the same time as we were was the Jamestown. Jim captures a photo of me capturing a photo of him and other riders. Seagulls paralleling the ferry. Another osprey flies past. There were many osprey families to be seen and heard at the Chickahominy River Park, and all around the Jamestown/Williamsburg area. The shoreline as the ferry approached the Surry side of the James River. Somewhere along the Colonial Parkway. As is usual for me, watching the birds flying while riding the ferry. As is usual for Jack, having a grand conver with a total stranger while riding the ferry. Waiting for the ferry, in a cluster of sweaty spandex. Once known as The Colonial Restaurant, this eatery is now a burger and beer joint known well by William and Mary students as The Greenleafe Cafe. I thought this field was planted in peanuts, a standard crop for the area, but it is more likely to be soybeans; on the Surry side of the river. Riding down the Colonial Parkway toward Jamestown as we made our way back to the Bike Virginia route from Williamsburg. One of the most interesting attractions at Chipoaks Plantation State Park is the Farm and Forestry Museum, with displays of general country life and living in the 19th century. Pedaling through the W&M campus, we took a water break at the new School of Business building.