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... a pack ... wonderful. Since we just loaded everything in the canoe, we were able to buy extra stuff for the journey, like more and better food and drink. We loaded up a couple of coolers with delicious treats and enjoyed them as we floated. That evening we came to our first portage at the town of Shenandoah, where there was a dam we had to go around out of the water. That was where Shenandoah River Adventures was actually located, so they came and picked us and our canoe up and we ...
... you actually get up there.
There is a nice little green near the Capitol Wheel. They have free zumba and yoga here some days and they show movies here. Uncle Jesse says they showed the World Cup here.
We decide to take a paddle around the harbour. We find the area and want to go on the swans so all five of us can go but the guy tells us no since the wind conditions weren't right for it. Instead we had to settle for a blue paddle boat. Uncle Jesse sits this one out ...
... swung through the Historical Park to check it out. An interesting amalgam of civil war sites and histories. A couple of battle sites, the site of John Brown's anti-slavery uprising, the confluence of the two rivers and the subsequent influence on the development of Harpers Ferry, and the unique configuration of historical Harpers Ferry, which is nestled into the point of land that sits at that confluence. The town was built first on the rivers edge, then ...
... rivers--meet. Across the river is Harper's Ferry, and to our right is a jagged cliff, with a trail to the top. Up there is where we can get a good view of the panorama--something I completely missed on my last visit. Tim agrees to give it a try. It is a bit of a climb (the trail goes up and then down again), but as soon as you reach the edge of the cliff, you know you made the right choice to climb up here. It think it's one of the best views in ...
... times than defend it once.
USA had 14,000 troops incl 1500 cavalry, Jackson had 21,000 troops. By carefully picking off the key hills without many casualties either side, Jackson started bombarding the town from all sides on Day 2. That evening at Bolivar Heights (ridge just south of HF) he feinted an attack to the left and outflanked the Union troops on the right. The next morning CSA were able to enfilade the troops on Bolivar heights and ...