The Historic Fairfield Inn 1757
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It poured rain last night but not before we enjoyed a delicious chili dinner with Addy & Mark and her parents, Barb and Craig Millett. We sat around the campfire last night until 9 PM as the rain started we each headed into our tents (and Our V). After Pat and Bruce fired up the RV everyone came over for breakfast and warmth. Today, we're heading to Cunningham Falls after cheese dogs over the fire for ...
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I have to be honest, though. When I look at a battlefield, I just see a big field with monuments on it. Somehow it is difficult for me to think about what happened there at one moment in time, and my interest in the historical minutia of battles just isn't that deep. It is probably different for people who have some military experience themselves, those who can trace ancestors in their family tree who were involved in the Civil War, and those older than I am ...
14 hrs, 25 kms
Today I want to get a closer look at impressive cluster of buildings in the middle of the mountainous forest. It looks like a university put smack in the middle of nowhere. So I take a closer look--and yes, these buildings are even more impressive with a closer look. One with a grand pillare entrance that looks like it could be about 100 years old. Another huge multistory brick building with a towering white cupola at the top.
Day totals: 8 hrs, 20.8 kms
Note: the date has been changed to keep the segments of my Superhike in geographical order
The Gettysburg Loop
The original plan was to start following the Appalachian Trail south--occasionally taking side trips to visit towns along the way. However, just accross the ridge, some 15 miles away is the city of Gettysburg where perhaps the most important battle of the Civil War was fought--a watershed moment ...
We left home at 1600. Dawn, Mike, Michala and Degan along with Charla and Chris Hillyard waved goodbye as we pulled out of the driveway with our camper in tow. Our gnome, Gnroman, was safely ensconced in the back seat of the truck. Gnorman is a lawn gnome which we found at the transfer station. He was faded and looked lonely, so we decided to take him home, clean him up, ...