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Well, here we are, just a few days before we leave. Im sure we are all busy packing and students, teachers and parents are all getting excited. I know I sure am. I just wanted to write on here quickly and let you know that we will be updating this blog regularly and if you want to follow the journey check back on a daily basis!
Looking forward to blogging soon!
Jamie Gaskin- Teacher ...
... media before my journey begins. What a relief! I am so thankful that I do not have to see the same attention starving people post their every thought on Facebook, post a picture of their daily outfit, and take a stand on how they feel about the current politician of our country. Truth be told, there is something to be said about getting back to the basics of life.
I know many people in my life ...
This was mostly a travel day. It was 37 degrees (4C) and drizzling when
the Airport Shuttle picked me up this morning. With 2 weeks in Florida
and the Caribbean I did not want to bother with a winter coat, so I
managed the trip to the airport with a heavy shirt, sweater, sport coat,
and rain jacket. All except the heavy shirt got packed away before
checking my bags. ...
... did a double look around the room and said our goodbyes to the historic metropolis.
We took our bags and lugged them over to Victoria station. The Victoria tube stop was crowded but we made it on the train with no problem and made our way to the Hammersmith stop for a platform change that was very easy. We stopped for a bite at a restaurant in the airport (English breakfast for Scott and Eggs Benedict for Chelsea).
We took ...
... the high ground, a fact that would hinder the South throughout the battle. Day two saw fierce fighting by Lee and newly appointed Union General George Meade at places like Cemetery Hill, Cemetery Ridge, Culp's Hill, The Peach Orchard and Little Roundtop. Fighting lasted into the night on day two. The battle culminated the next day with what is called "Pickett's Charge," the Southern infantry assault on Cemetery Ridge. 12,500 ...
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