Lynne Randall lives in Texas and is working on a social studies project for the University of Chicago. She was in Williamsburg and went sailing with her husband Richard. “We’re studying the effects of Medicare and Medicaid on the general population to improve the programs. The study has been going on since 1974 with extensive interviews of 9,000 people from all 50 states and the territories to provide better service nationwide. Around 450 people are rotated every three years to get more results.” An hour later we watched as two Navy ships transited the Coleman Bridge to the Naval Weapons Station within a half hour of each other. That was a first.