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Had an interesting trip to Gettysburg. After scoping out the local campground we made our way into the town center to see where things were located. We parked on the street next to a shop called Subterranean Soul. Its a shop selling various clothing, vinyl records, and various trinkets.
The owner was present and he reflected his past travels and people he knew who had a bus. He attended Woodstock which made for some interesting stories. ...
We wake up around 8am and have the intention of getting to Philadelphia today, so no mucking around. I jump up out of the tent quickly and get breakfast out on the picnic table, whilst Aaron stumbles out of the tent for once. We start packing the tent up before showering, eat breakfast and clean the car up a bit, and get going. We head to McDonalds for our coffee and WIFI for directions to Philly. We spend about an hour researching what we want to do, and it seems the ...
By July 1863, America had been at war for over two years, and against all odds, the South seemed to be winning. All fighting took place in the South; the Union army had laid siege around Vicksburg, Mississippi in May 1863. Assuming that a large portion of the Northerners were at Vicksburg, Confederate General Robert E. Lee decided to reverse roles: he would attack the North instead. However, The Army of the Potomac followed, determined to ...
... of the Civil War. But it sure wasn't states rights. If anything, the war was caused by good old-fashioned greed. Those fine Southern gentlemen were not about to give up their privileged status and their plush way of life, built on the blood and sweat of their slaves, without a fight - even if it meant death for 650,000 Americans.
Uh oh, ranting again. Never mind.
We also visited Valley Forge a few days later, but this seems to ...
... mind-blowing recounting of each step of the battle, its soldiers and their stories. Brian drove our bus through the miles of battle grounds. We drove through town and saw the houses still covered in bullet holes. We saw a house with a canon ball still stuck in its side. One civilian died in this war. She was in town in her house and a stray bullet traveled through two walls and killed her. Meanwhile her boyfriend was in a different battle and was wounded and ...