Shining Dawn Bed and Breakfast Retreat Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the battlefield with one of the certified licensed guides. The guide was very informative and give accounts of both sides of the battle. It was a very pleasant experience; the only that would have made it better was if we were able to see a reenactment.
It is difficult to imagine the battlefield one-hundred and fifty years after the war. Today, Gettysburg National Park is mostly ...
... There's a map from 150 years ago showing the locations of the shops along here... the "shoe manufacturer" and "confectioner" are long gone, but there are still a couple of restaurants and, yes, a grocery store, with a pizza place in the back. Yes, Fairfield is still alive. Though, I kind of doubt many people do their weekly shopping here--can't really blame them, looking at the prices. It's hard to compete with Walmart with its super-streamlined supply chain and ...
... 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
... territory, and meet up with an old friend at the end of it.
I go back to play another set, singing a total of 23+ songs... all without losing my voice or seriously messing up. Chat with some of the customers (who tell me about some of their trips overseas)...
And so I've done it, I combined a day of Parkbenching/Superhiking with Coffeehouse Performing. It's been a great 2nd Adventure Day back in a region where years ago I thought there were no adventures to be had...
... and I were instructed to stand on the bottom edge of the skirt and to hold on to the upper edge of the skirt and the upper suspension cables. By putting one of us on either side of the basket, and using us as supports, Todd effectively arranged for an open tunnel into which he then blasted air using a huge gas-generator-powered fan. I don't know how much air it could blow per second, but the balloon was full in about a minute.