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... see america as we landed and it looked so different till the girl next to me told me that was snow and i was like noooooo.. one thing i will surely miss is the weather. i am refusing to go outside today.
So we landed and we went through customs, then it was time to find the van and head back to Messiah. By then i could not keep my eyes open so i took a snooze and still woke up and had 1hr 10mins till we were back.. My phone had died so i did not have contact with ...
It was Jordan and Rachel’s first time flying today. The flights on United left Harrisburg at 8
with a layover in Washington Dulles and arriving in Orlando at 12:30am. It was a late night but the kids LOVED flying
including Rachel who had several complete ...
The next day we woke up refreshed and happy. It was a nice day outside so we opened our windows wide and started to drive through the countryside. Pennsylvania really is beautiful and it was a nice change of scenery from all the cityscapes and box stores in New Jersey. We drove past Reading which I thought was familiar until I realized it's the Reading Railroad from Monopoly that I recognized. We drove down to Lancaster which is the center of Dutch Country ...
... as the grandiose exterior I may have missed one of the better state capitol buildings in the country.
I wandered around the historic old center of town for a while and visited the Pennsylvania State Museum, which is next to the capitol and was open on Saturday. Although Harrisburg has some nice old row house neighborhoods, there’s also plenty of urban blight with abandoned houses with boarded up windows not far ...
... Indian young people brought here to Carlisle. I look at the tombs, sure enough, you see names like "Abe Lincoln son of Antelope Cheyenne" a vivid image of how white culture was imposed on these students. But my question is: why a cemetery at a school? It seems very odd that so many young people should die--while in school! Later I ask a lady at the historical society about this. She explains "When these young people were brought here, many didn't have ...