BEST WESTERN Berkeley Springs Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... than 20 miles down the road. After breakfast, I got back on I 84S. Shortly after I crossed the state line for New York, I passed another exit 19 and noticed a diner beside the road. I think that was the exit that Shannon actually intended for me to take as it was about an hour away. Good thing she was tied up elsewhere as we would have had breakfast together at different diners. Ha ha
I went from Conneticut, through New ...
... flying. Kites are even used for fighting! Legend has it that Thailand won a battle by sending children up on very large kites to spy on the enemy. We all made a kite, ran around the room with them and even had a kite fight happen. (All in jest of course.) Then on to lunch. We prepared the lunch ourselves, all traditional Thai foods: vegetable stirfry, spring rolls, coconut sticky rice and a fruit ...
... out the group a little later after helping Stewart do some things. Mary Anne cleaned the village homes in readiness for the students, while Jan & David worked on kitchen cabinets for the wealthier Mozambique home. Our lunch was from Guatemala.
The afternoon was spent finishing up tasks. I went down to help put wooden shelves in the Thailand home. They let me play with the power tools, mainly ...
... the battles taking place well into enemy-controlled territory seem
very different from modern-era warfare. When I think about wars I tend to think
of WWI and WWII with massive armies and long fronts between two opposing sides
rather than smaller armies marching deep into hostile territory to where they
might engage the other side.
When I go to a battlefield like this are try to understand
the story of what took place I ...
... worked. During the Civil War, teams of signalers would relay messages from hilltop to hilltop--all the way from here to Washington, relaying vital information. From this hilltop important information was transmitted about troop movement leading to the battle of Sharpsburg.
I ask if any signal team was captured, and he says yes--but they managed to destroy their codes (which had to be changed frequently) in time.
Then he goes ...