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... days that the battle included. After all that, I can't imagine being there at that time and really appreciate the courage all those soldiers showed. By the time I finished the tour, it was 6:00 pm and I had to make a choice on my next move. I decided to head up to Boston, but being a seven hour drive from Gettysburg and running on five hours of sleep, I decided to find a place along the way to stop for the night. Allentown, Pennsylvania was about 2 hours east ...
... This time around it was a lot busier with families and children all over the place. I missed the calmness that we had when we went during the winter, but nonetheless it was still an awesome trip. We decided to take the auto tour again as it allowed us to go at our own pace. The Visitor's Center provides maps of the entire park and is easy to navigate.
While hectic in some areas, there were times where we would walk out into ...
... wood coming from Belize and lighting fixtures that weigh 4 tons.
The capital is worth visiting and if in the area stop by and take a look.
We are staying put until after Labor day when we move on to Shenandoah River State Park. We have visited several flea markets and have REALLY enjoyed all the Amish baked goods!
Life is good!!
... that someone from this region would be such a world traveler. "I'm Canadian--moved to this area." That explains it... We get to talking about the difference between Canada and the US, she confirms my theory of how America being based on rebellion shaped our culture differently. "But Canada is becoming more like America" she says somberly. "It's going from a socialist democracy to being a country run by corporations..." And with that, my day hike comes to an ...
... past to flash before your mind's eye.
Gettysburg National Park is over 5000 acres. Even with our full day today, we probably didn't cover 25% of the park. It's massive. Military lines a mile long. Thousands of soldiers. It's hard to wrap your head around this place especially when looking across the many fields and imagining 7800 dead.
Today's stops: McPherson's Ridge, Wilioughby's Run, and Barlow's Knoll