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A cooler night so we slept well and woke about 8 and got up at 8.30. Gabrielle was already up and had done our washing. Coffee and Krispy Creme for breakfast.
Gabrielle mowed the lawn with a ride on mower.
I spent the morning doing blogs. None of us had any energy to drive anywhere. Gabrielle had a nap on the couch. We had a scratch lunch of leftovers from yesterday's picnic as well as doggie bags from ...
... 15 minute time limit by Greyhound was up anyway) and went through the whole process again this time using Gabrielle's e-mail in case anything went wrong and printed the tickets. So now I had payed twice (I think) and printed one set of tickets. They are really cheap - $47 for the two of us from Miami to Orlando - so not much was lost. While we were there Cheyenne borrowed a book called "This is Australia - ...
... the rainbow bridge and quickly through immigration. The car in the next row got the go over by the siffer dog. Down Route 190 to Rochester then Route 15 all the way to Maryland.
Lunch in Wayland NY. The Family Restaurant was closed and the Pizza shop is only open evenings so we ended at the Main Moon Chinese Restaurant. We had Lunch specials Marie had Chicken and Cashews, Gab had beef and ...
... the Laurel Highlands in Western Pa. Gettysburg is one of the few remaining in- tact tracts of land where the battle was actually fought. You can visit every inch of the battleground. The museum itself is also very organized and well done. Lots of useful videos, as well as the usual collection of guns and war memorabilia.
I was particularly excited to see the ridge that Chamberlain and his regiment of Maine volunteers held against ...
... located. Obviously, you have to use some imagination when you're looking at vast fields of winter grass, but the museum had really brought everything to life and my imagination was in full force.
I didn't get out of the car at *every* monument, but Brady was very patient with all the stopping and reading and photo taking that I did...the North Carolina memorial was the first big one, but the VA memorial with Robert E. Lee and Traveler was the ...
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