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The morning was spent at the YMCA in Reston. We both got in fantastic workouts that morning and the facilities were fantastic. I have loved these YMCAs and if we settle somewhere one day I think a membership will be in order. We drove to Winchester, Virginia where we knew there was a good sports bar waiting. It was Sunday and it was game time. The Patriots were playing the Broncos and it was a big game. Brady ...
... which was fantastic. We saw the Apollo 11 landing module, touched some moon rock and saw the actual Wright Brothers plane! There were many other highlights which were too many to mention. Considering it was free to enter we couldn't have asked for more. We also popped in briefly to the natural history museum, and looked at the Hope Diamond, the largest in the world. After this we had a healthy lunch of houmous, pretzel pieces and pizza flavoured ...
... fields towards the
enemy don’t sound all that different from the human wave attacks primitive
armies used. But it also seems like it wasn’t all that different a half century
later during WWI battles in Europe.
The Battle of Antietam took place in September 1862 about
nine and a half months before Gettysburg. Each summer of the war the
Confederates launched a campaign northwards into the area. The number of
... him as "weak" and Lincoln as "strong" even though their position on slavery and preseving the Union were quite similar.
Later I decide to do a little research on Pennsylvania's only native president. As I already mentioned in my Williamsport MD entry, he was quite possibly America's first gay president (though he never "came out of the closet"--this was the 1850s remember!)
Then there's the Civil War that he brought to a quick stop through ...
... our first president.
My expectations are pretty low for this one--but I decide to make a detour to take a look. I follow a road to a parking lot and museum with a footpath up to monument at the top of the ridge. Nah... the monument won't be winning any awards. It looks like a giant milk jug made out of uncut stone--something that could've been built during the stone age... No great engineering feat here.
There is a nice view of ...