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... how lazy people are. Have found on floors coins, glasses lenses, key, padlock, wrappers, hotel key cards, bottles. Borrowed wipes from Tony the bus driver to clean up sticky **** on arm rest. The bus is over air conditioned so I keep putting cardy on on bus. First stop was where we had morning tea. The weather is very good. Then we travelled through the Catskills. Didn't get to see the resort where they made 'Dirty Dancing'. Very ...
... for the Union here), then made our way towards the historical district of town.
First stop was the Springhouse Tavern at Dobbin House for a cold draft beer. Built in 1776 by a reverend and his family, the home was built over a spring so they would have an adequate and safe (from the Indians) supply of water. ...
There, the Cyclorama was the big hit with us. A beautifully restored 42-feet high, 375-feet around painting from 1884 depicting the battle at Gettysburg. It came with a nice audio and light show presentation. Amazing! The 15-minute Morgan Freeman-narrated film about the battle that was shown beforehand was also great. In that short time, we learned just about everything ...
... 23,000 and for Lee's Army of Virginia over 28,000. Over 5,000 horses were also slain during this battle. The youngest soldier known to have been killed was a 10-year old Confederate bugler.
Tomorrow we go to Washington D.C. to spend three days with Lisa. We have been on the road for one week now and even though we are tired, we have had beautiful weather, met many nice people and have so enjoyed discovering more of these United States of ...
... since I didn't take notes I can't even label the photos accurately. I had recently read Killer Angels by Michael Shaara in preparation for the Gettysburg visit and I was disappointed that our guide said little if anything about some of the major officers I had read about---Chamberlain, Buford, Longstreet. He seemed to have plenty to tell about someone named Sickles whom I had never heard of and none of ...