Craig Victorian Bed and Breakfast
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Had an interesting trip to Gettysburg. After scoping out the local campground we made our way into the town center to see where things were located. We parked on the street next to a shop called Subterranean Soul. Its a shop selling various clothing, vinyl records, and various trinkets.
The owner was present and he reflected his past travels and people he knew who had a bus. He attended Woodstock which made for some interesting stories. ...
... to float downstream on a raft together (something I'd always wanted to do here in Chambersburg, but felt I would look silly doing it as an adult by myself... so having kids CAN actually help me enjoy more adventures!)... going hiking in the forest... blackberry picking... firefly catching... fireworks watching...
Yeah... vicariously enjoying a child's "first" experiences with them can certainly be an adventure as well.
NOW I'm done exploring ...
... surprised to find a little fountain and a couple of shady benches on the middle--it's not often that these little town offer people a place to just sit and relax. right in the middle. A middle aged lady coming from doing her shopping at the mini-mart across the street comes over to listen. She seems to enjoy my song and then asks "do you play any hymns?" That's a first... I politely decline. "So is this a tight knit community?" I ask. "It used to be. Now we have new ...
Year 2, Day 102 - Today Nick miscalculated our driving distance and instead of stopping half way near Christian and family, we ended up traveling over 330 miles and along the way encountering highway construction for miles and an accident and just the necessary stops since Nick is the only driver - it took us 12 hours! Not great!!!! We stayed in a Family Run Farm/Campground and we practically had the place to ourselves out in what was once a field. ...
... sources of natural energy, that no one's ever thought to put to use.
Another thing that strikes me is how the town was set up. See, in Europe, as in most of the world, towns were built around a family clan or lord and the servants and peasant who served this family. It was all about the interests of this ruling family. Gradually merchants and and craftsmen would be drawn in until, voila! you had a town.
But Benjamin Chambers didn't want to want hundreds ...