Scottish Inns & Suites Fayetteville
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... and some unusual, interactive exhibits. Even Jess had a good time though she usually hates being dragged to these military oriented museums :-). Afterwards we enjoyed going to Sheetz nearby as a novelty for us as do not have these in NY. Then back on road to VA. Have to say, starting to think NY drivers much better than the ones along this route. We heard our first y'all too. Pulled in to the Residence Inn in Harrisonburg, VA for night. Aug 5 at 9:23am ...
... ve wandered through. It's built around a duck lake--but not the typical stagnant greenish water I'm used to seeing. This water is crystal clear, as the lake is fed by a spring, full of fish and water plants. A great place to sit on a bench and contemplate on my journey. An older lady walking her dogs strikes up a conversation with me. We swap stories about our travels... she's been to China, India--around South America. "Are you from this area?" I ask, a ...
... the war this building was used as a hospital for the wounded from both sides.
The National Cemetery is where Lincoln spoke The Gettysburg Address.
We also saw the "cyclorama" at the National Park Visitor's center. The paintings that make up the circle must number about 15 and they are huge. As you look at these paintings you are in a ...
Year 2 - Day 53 - Gettysburg, PA June 23, 2014 - Today we started at the Eishenhower Farm and then continued our Auto tour. The Farm was purchased by Eisenhower's in 1950. When they started renovations, they discovered a 200-year old log cabin beneath the brick veneer. Most of the structure was lost, but they were able to save some parts to incorporated in their renovations. Other than painting Ike loved to ...
... I've lost my way and have to retrace my steps. And the trail seems to go right through the middle of thick brush.
I start feeling quite frustrated--and a little worried. There's no way I'll be able to follow this trail after dark, and in over an hour I've only covered a couple hundred yards. I actually hiked this stretch of the trail some 13 years ago and don't remember it being this difficult and baffling--and here I am, supposedly a very seasoned ...