Gettysburg / Battlefield KOA
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Today we drove another 3 hours from Pittsburgh to Gettysburg. We went to the KOA first and after we had put up the tents I stopped by the office to see if they had any tips on visiting the battlefield. They had a book/CD that had a tour guide take you through each of the 15 stops on the battlefield and explain each spot and what was going on at …
Alright, so our day today was a bit more interesting than our slog-fest yesterday; we saw the famed and highly visited Luray Caverns, a series of caves that had a lot more stalactites and stalagmites, and other formations, including one featured in National Geographic magazine.
We caught the day's earliest tour and our tour guide was …
On the road again after a nice few days in a wee plush hotel we headed north into Pennsylvania to Gettysburg. We arrived to the Gettysburg KOA campsite in the early afternoon after stopping off at Chubby's Barbecue on the way for some amazing pork ribs and homemade chili made with big chunks of beef. While in Washington I had picked up a very …
We did not leave the KOA until 11am this morning so that we could have showers, do dishes, and do laundry. We then went through parts of three different states; New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. We are still trying to get through the Northeast quickly. We traveled completely on interstate highways today, which were full of trucks and heavy with traffic. Fortunately, there was not as much construction as yesterday, so we made better ...
... painted by a french painter in 1883 measuring 377feet x 42 ft. This was shown I Cyclorama. The painting was completed as a full circle appearing to be in 3d. Simlly amazing.
We walked through the cemetery where the confederates,
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