Cornerstone Farm Bed and Breakfast
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... my life and being around people with campers paid of because I pretty much new what to do. We then headed home and got home around 11am.
We had a great time in the camper and enjoyed the warm beds and running water. I also really enjoyed watching a movie each night with the kids. It was nice being warn in the camper and laughing with the kids. I would have liked not being surrounded by dance music but we just ignored it.
... each regiment sustained. Many of the deaths that did occur were either from infection due to wounds or from diseases that spread in close quarters.
We were able to get an overview of the battle lines. Standing in areas which some part of the battle took place was very somber and sobering. Knowing that many soldiers had died on these areas (some very young) and that friends were often found on opposing sides was heartbreaking.
... for. Each monument stated how many soldiers died, went missing, or was injured in each regiment during each battle. The ugly gray day added to the sadness of the whole thing. This is also where after the battle Lincoln said his Gettysburg Address which most people kind of know because it starts with "Four Score and seven years ago..." The whole speech was actually only 2 minutes long and is quite beautiful. ...
... what we had thought, the fuel pump was shot and had had to be changed. He showed us the old fuel pump. It was the original 30 year old one and was pretty rusty and gunky. He put in a brand new one and cleaned up around the area. It was an expensive little problem but the Westy was fixed and much quieter then it had been before. It was time to leave Harrisonburg behind so after a quick lunch of soup and ...
... was telling. She was chiding John for his neglect of "the Ladies", as she called them. She recognized that those famous words in the Declaration of Independence, the self-evident fact that all men were created equal, applied to "the Ladies" as well. Abigail was ahead of her times, by a good 150 years. This issue of woman's rights, of course, pales in comparison to the bigger issue represented by the Gettysburg battleground - the place of the ...