Shining Dawn Bed and Breakfast Retreat Center
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When we started out this morning we were going to go as far as Zanesville, Ohio. As we traveled home, a soft bed, room to move around, and no more driving seemed like a good thing. So after 15 hours on the road traveling 786 miles we pulled into our driveway at 11:35 pm. The trip was wonderful but it was good to be home.
For 62 days we traveled 13,355 miles of our ...
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Gabrielle made egg sandwiches for dinner supplemented by and endless supply of leftovers from lunch provided by waitress Chey. One time when she went to the kitchen she noticed a bunny on the driveway. Sue enough a wild rabbit on the lawn.
I did bit of blog then showed Gabrielle some photos of our wedding and honeymoon then did some more blog and off to bed about 11.
... some things to take care of here at home but we are going to try to spend some time in Florida this winter. Which will be nice since we have had 10 inches of snow since getting home. (Which I have been enjoying.)
It has been fun to share our adventure with you and we hope that you have enjoyed traveling along with us.
Ken and Joyce
... narration to watch the scenes and events unfold before you. Don't worry, no history lesson here. You can google if you want to. Did you know that in the State Library of Victoria there is a cyclorama of Melbourne in the 1840s? Its a much smaller one (100 feet compared to the Gettysburg one which is 377 feet in circumference and 42 feet high). The museum in Gettysburgh is designed specifically to house it and to exhibit same permanently. The museum was pretty good as well with the ...
... copse of trees where the Union was able to force Pickett's retreat. The walk was was about 2 miles round trip. I can't imagine the courage it must have taken to fight like that knowing you would most likely be killed.
Next, we went up to Little Round Top and Devils Den. This was called the valley of death because of the intense fighting, the rocky terrain, and the number of casualties that occurred there.
Our next stop was Culp's Hill. The fighting here ...