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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. ...
... and it was good to finally be
moving again after what felt like a lot of driving. We drove back to the
campsite to get in some free showers and then decided to take advantage of the
free spot we had parked at the night before. The park was pretty and it wasn’t
too cold outside so we spent the afternoon reading, doing Sudoku and even got
in a little yoga in the field. A simple perfect ...
... Maryland went to the North because the North didn't want to lose control of the railway linking the the Atlantic to Pittsburgh where a lot of supplies came from--this was their lifeline. But many of the people here sided with the South"
"So how is this presented in public school education?" I ask
"It depends on the state--I grew up in Texas where the Civil War is taught as the 'War of Northern Aggression'... In Virginia I went to Stonewall Jackson ...
... which gives plenty of room for the imagination. We wander around and find remains of walls, stairs, a basement, a mysterious five pointed star in the concrete and a pillar in what looks like a fountain of sorts, and we try to guess what kind of treatment these prisoners received.
I imagine most people would look at a place like this and shrug "hey, the end justifies the means. We won, didn't we?" But I prefer to think of how folks on the ...
STEP 2: Ride the bicycle to Point A.
STEP 3: Hike from Point A to Point B
STEP 4: Drive back to Point A and pick up the bike, and go home.
Sounds pretty complicated and time consuming. But it seems like it's the best option I've got. So today I'm going to give it a try.
Koshery in Chambersburg
I start in downtown Chambersburg, right where I left off last time. And I'm going to have to explore downtown all over again. Why? Today is Applefest Day, ...