Farmhouse on Tomahawk Run

1828 Tomahawk Run Rd., Hedgesville, West Virginia, 25427, United States | B&B
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Gencon Report #4

A travel blog entry by aspqrz on Aug 31, 2014

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... was not, at least initially, sentient (and may not be even now - but seems to be developing along those lines).

The superscience superdeveloped singularity triggering AI wasn't the direct cause of the disaster. It shut itself down well before the war started, and left behind a huge archive of stuff so advanced that it is still being mined for snippets that mere human minds can translate into something usable.


Post-visit: the Covered Bridge

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Jun 24, 2014

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Day 335 6 hrs, 12.8 kms Greencastle is the in between town--never quite achieving the status of its neighbors Chambersburg (to the north) or Hagerstown to the south). A small town core... a couple of industries around it--but no mall... no Walmart (something to be ashamed of?). But it does have some nice Victorian houses--and I spot more cafes than diners in the town core... perhaps that suggests a bit more ...

A Day on the Road

A travel blog entry by honestman on Apr 04, 2014

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... with markers and stones in cemeteries nearby. The burden of burying the dead fell to local people and Sharpsburg was considerably smaller than Gettysburg.

Some 9 months after the battle here, the Virginians passed by here on their way to Gettysburg and one solider found his dead comrades still lying on the field!!!!

However, onward on the campaign we must go and Harpers Ferry is the next destination.


1828. A Time for Reflection

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 28, 2014

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... counts as an "interesting encounter"... I continue on, pausing for a ritual swim in Antietem Creek, then on to explore the one street town of Keedysville. This town does have a cohesive community feel, with its churches, houses with porches next to the street and 3 parks... but no shops of any sort... And with that, I head on down the road to Boonesboro, where I call it a ...

1827. The Bloodiest Day in American History

A travel blog entry by nathanphil on Mar 28, 2014

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... a new twist to the war: officially declaring the slaves in the South free. I used to think that the Emancipation Proclamation was all about freeing the slaves, which it wasn't--if Lincoln really wanted to free the slaves, he would've started by freeing the slaves in the border states. Later I thought this was just blatant hypocrisy. But as this park ranger explains, it was about giving the South an ultimatum: either surrender now, or you're not going to get back any of the ...