The Gaslight Inn Bed and Breakfast
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After months of planning and waiting to take this trip the day has finally arrived! I've been able to whittle down the clothes I need to take into a qualifying size carry-on bag. I still need to swing by the drug store to pick up some travel size anti-perspirant and toothpaste; TSA regulations make it a little more challenging than just grabbing out of the medicine cabinet. Next stop, the ...
... of the factory and all got a free chocolate afterwards...a new caramel one. Yum! We finally made it to New York, via the Newark airport (don't ask). Our hotel is nice! We went for a stroll down to the park slope area of Brooklyn and ate some yummy pizza and baked ziti! We were all tired and finally fell asleep. Looking forward to our NYC adventure ...
Flat Walker stayed with Great Aunt Anne & Great Uncle Dave. They live in Taylorsville, MD. Walker visited from 12/8-12/17/2014.
On this visit, Flat Walker:
-played with the Doxies
-made dinner and cookies
-had a great breakfast with Uncle Dave
-visited his three cousins
-helped with the grocery ...
In between autostops, there were various monuments and memorials dedicated to brigades, regiments, and commanders from both the Confederate and Union sides. On each regimental monument, the total number of officers and enlisted men present, killed, wounded and captured/missing were displayed.
As we saw these regimental monuments, it was very surprising and appalling there were over 60% casualties (including ...
... about the atrocities the Japanese committed. Nothing about the Rape of Nanking or the massacre in Manila. Whatever!
You should visit Gettysburg, taking in its meaning to the American experiment. You read frequently of development encroaching on the historic battlegrounds of the Civil War, and you see it first hand at Gettysburg. The Park only owns part of the battleground, with major and minor roads running through it, as well ...