This is a video of two costumed historical interpreters at the Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia living history museum.
The young men are playing a penny whistle and a type of drum, as shoppers peruse some handcrafted goods in a tented stall on Duke of Gloucester Street.
The annoyed teenager glaring at the camera towards the end is my daughter.
Here is the direct URL link to the video if you can’t see the embedded box.
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