Fallen Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast

Address: 1634 Holly Pike, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, 17015, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1634 Holly Pike, Carlisle, is near U.S. Military History Institute and Carlisle Barracks.
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    A travel blog entry by 73magicbus on Oct 04, 2015

    3 comments, 3 photos

    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. ...

    Post-visit: The Indian School Cemetery

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jul 30, 2014

    43 photos

    ... very connected with the hourly worker hauling boxes in the frigid warehouse. "Never forget where you came from, my mother always told me" Nowadays, he says, it's hard to find serious workers--or even serious supervisors. The new generation is used to having it easy. Something I've been hearing a lot lately. I would've thought that after the economic crisis, young folks would value the opportunity to be able to work hard and earn a good wage, but that ...

    1821. Encounters on the Appalachian Trail

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Feb 02, 2014

    24 photos

    ... which gives plenty of room for the imagination. We wander around and find remains of walls, stairs, a basement, a mysterious five pointed star in the concrete and a pillar in what looks like a fountain of sorts, and we try to guess what kind of treatment these prisoners received.
    I imagine most people would look at a place like this and shrug "hey, the end justifies the means. We won, didn't we?" But I prefer to think of how folks on the ...

    Post-visit: The Civil Wars that didn't Happen

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jan 18, 2014

    87 photos

    ... a fresh batch of soldiers for our wars of the future. Soldiers who they hope will also be willing to kill and die without needing an explanation as to whether and why these wars are really necessary.

    If we can't learn from our past mistakes--or at least acknowledge that they were mistakes--we're damned to repeat them.

    The Civil Wars That Didn't Happen

    As I walk back toward Gettysburg in the darkness, enjoying the still tranquility of the night... ...

    1810. Crashing a Birthday Party

    A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Oct 19, 2013

    38 photos

    ... of roof... but clearly all one construction project.

    Why? It's obviously a lot more work and expense to make each townhouse different. Well, I think it's a clue into American culture (even though most townhouses and apartment buildings aren't built this way). See, Americans like to feel they are unique, different from other people around. You see it in advertisements. Whereas in other cultures the ad might say "buy this car because everybody else is buying it" in America the ...