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... to the flight
regarding her dislike of flying. The
kids got their “wings” upon check in at Harrisburg and all went smoothly with
the flight including arriving early in Orlando!
It was a super late night and long day for everyone. Let the vacation ...
... the fog, past tanks, helicopters... a Vietnam War style lookout posts... a Civil War style camp... a Revolutionary War style fort... some World War I style trenches. The fog gives it a mysterious melancholic feel as I wander about, trying to get a mental picture of each of these combats. Next to the museum is something that gives a very different image of the American military: a very upscale neighborhood of large homes and a golf course in the center... ...
... Begun in th 1830s, the Cuberland Valley Railroad connected all the main cities along the Cumberland Valley from Harrisburg to Hagerstown, paving the way for the economic devolopment of this region that continues to this day. And with that, my post-visit of Mechanicsburg is over. One of the less inspiring post-visits I've had lately, but still important to come back and remember 2007... a very important year in my ...
... which came to be known as the Gettysburg Address, a 2 minute speech which gave meaning to the sacrifice of the dead and was an inspiration to the living. Our day started with a tour of the Gettysburg National Military Museum, which showed a movie giving background information of what happened called "We are Met on a Great Battlefield." There was another exhibition called Gettysburg Cyclorama which showcases a light and sound show around a ...
... to the Confederate States of America. Wow.
This morning we went to the Gettysburg National Battlefield Visitors Center. Within it is a 22,000 square foot museum which displays artifacts from the battlefield and highlights people who served in the Civil War. It also offers a chronology leading up to the war and specifically the battle at Gettysburg. Interactive exhibits and multimedia cover the battle and its terrible aftermath. One could spend hours ...