Not nearly as long as the first voyage but still a sight to see! The Mayflower II could head home through the Cape Cod Canal to its spot on the Plymouth waterfront as soon as tomorrow morning. According to the Cape Cod Times, It may be tough to determine who is more excited — the ship's captain, Peter Arenstam, or the shops and restaurants in Plymouth on the waterfront that rely on the tourists drawn by the replica of the Pilgrim ship.

The Mayflower, will be towed by a tugboat and could make the journey either Wednesday or Thursday, depending on the outcome of an inspection of the ship. If you can't make it to the canal, here's what It looked like the last time it happened! I don't think you should ask the Native Americans how they feel about this.