Jon Is Exhausted…18th Century Travel – Live From the Nutmeg Tavern! Posted on August 31, 2019 CENTURY chicago hotels dallas hotels Exhausted18th hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas jon las vegas hotels Live Nutmeg private jet rental property Tavern travel travel vlog vacation 35 thoughts on “Jon Is Exhausted…18th Century Travel – Live From the Nutmeg Tavern!” I love clam chowder. what's the historyReply Does anyone know the name of the beer documentary Jon mentioned at the end?Reply TheTSA confiscated your nutmeg? They’ve gone too far this time!Reply I've heard a story of how John Adams, the 3rd president of the US, His wife traveled from Philadelphia to the newly built Washington DC when he became president, it took her 10 days to travel that distance and they kept getting lost along the wayReply Now praying he does an episode on a ship just because of this lolReply cool left wing nutmeg 🤣Reply Absoultely loved the use of slides! This is one of my favorite Nutmeg Tavern episodes to date, really super informative and well structured!Reply Would the "rumble-tumble" seat in the back of the carriage be the precursor to the "rumble seat" in early (20s and 30s-ish) automobiles?Reply My brain momentarily read the title as "Time Travel". That is wishful thinking!Reply Grat program as usualReply In a book written in the 1770s Adam Smith said that it cost the same to ship a ton of goods 100 miles by wagon in England, as it did to ship the same ton of goods by ship 10,000 miles to India. This illustrates how much cheaper water transport was, and why they built so many canals. Water transport was so much easier and cheaper.Reply Song birds in kitchens were very common because women liked to keep them as pets. My mother kept budgies (budgerigars or parakeets) in the fifties. Before that canaries were popular. You could buy these birds in pet shops or even at Woolworth's and in department stores. In earlier days like the 18th and early 19th C they would more likely get local birds that boys would catch in the woods and sell.I don't know how far back this goes but as Jon points out, the practice is well documented in contemporary pictures.Reply Would you ever do a Hallowen special…maybe with some traditional harvest foods, weird spooky foods, and some history on the roots of the holiday? Not just stories, more truth. Like, How its introduction from ancient Celtic built up through the years and impacting the Victorian era. I love those type of specials 🎃❤Reply No Ryan?! Thumbs up!Reply In the 18th century — and throughout most of history — you didn't get your own room at an inn. You didn't even get your own bed. You could pay for a bed for the night, and, in the middle of the night, some complete stranger could enter your room and climb into bed with you.Reply Jon sometimes when you wake up in the morning if you wonder what century you're in? It took me a few minutes this morning to remember what day it was! Great show today,ThanksReply Why did people where caps/hats to bed? Is that a media trope or was there a reason for pajama hats?Reply Admittedly, it's so weird hearing you talk about anything modern.Mainly because I haven't really watched any of the live streams. I will soon!Reply Exhausted= drinking too much of that pilgrim aleReply Thanks my dude. Your video make my day a lot less miserableReply re: birds in kitchens – I have a picture of my great-great grandmother sitting outside her sod house in the Dakotas with a song bird in a cage hanging from the rafters. It was for companionship. Something beautiful in the vast empty plains.Reply I’ve only been able to watch a couple dozen of your videos, but I definitely agree with your opinion of flying vs driving.Reply AS FAR AS I KNOW YES TBEY USED BIRDS FOR THE MEN IN MINES TO BE SURE THERE WAS GOOD AIR. I ENJOYED THIS ONE. NUTMEG BUTTON COOL. I WENT ON AIR PLANE NOT GOOD WAS VERY SICK MY GUIDE DOG ON THE OTHER HAND WAS JYST FINE. BEING SPOILED BY ALL THE PASSENGERS . GOOD EVENING.Reply Briefly thought title said "time travel", got excited and thought "this explains everything"Reply Poor Jon! Hope you get a few winks in soon bud 😴🙂Reply Hey! This channel is so cool, just wanted to tell you all that I like that you're interacting with the community I (and many others) really do appreciate it!Reply Would you know why I was unable to watch this Live?Reply I noticed someone in the chat asked about public domain books, Project Gutenberg is a great sitehttps://www.gutenberg.org/Reply NUTMEGReply are you drunk?Reply i prefer overland travel as well. flyin' is for the birds!Reply Never got the chance to thank you guys for answering my question. Thanks!! Can't wait for future episodes on dyingReply Love u guys!!!!!Reply Who would win: John Townsend with some nutmeg or Chef John Mitzewich with cayenne?Reply Wake up sleepyhead!Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.