Retirees find second careers at historical sites
from The New York Times
For 62-year-old Kent Brinkley, one day at work is pretty much like the next. At 10 a.m., he storms the Palace, joining in the daily re-enactment of an April 1775 riot protesting the Virginia royal governor's attempted seizure of arms. At noon, he offers a hearty "huzzah" and then fires a salute with his musket, as the Declaration of Independence is read aloud in the town square. At 4 p.m., he dons a British red coat and patrols the streets, "trying to look menacing."
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