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Had an interesting trip to Gettysburg. After scoping out the local campground we made our way into the town center to see where things were located. We parked on the street next to a shop called Subterranean Soul. Its a shop selling various clothing, vinyl records, and various trinkets.
The owner was present and he reflected his past travels and people he knew who had a bus. He attended Woodstock which made for some interesting stories. ...
... of the powerful country of the USA that we have today. But things like this are a reminder that, no, things could have been different. There were plenty of Native Americans who really wanted to work things out peacefully and I'm sure many of others would have come around if it had been clear that negotiations was the best long term solution for their people. The problem was that most whites at that time simply didn't see Indians as people. They were ...
Day 313 Day Totals: 16 hrs, 32.8 kms
Actual date: Sept 30, 2015 This gap in my Superhike I let sit for a long time hoping to have some company to enjoy the beautiful Appalachian Trail again. It was worth the wait.
First I have to hike through Benderstown, a quiet village which will be my last for a while... then follow a road up into the forest where I finally re-connect with the Appalachian Trail. Here I bid farewell to the wide open plains ...
... their "way of life" and culture was being threatened. I sure many of them were ready and willing to kill and die to defend this way of life. And many blacks were also willing to kill and die to help their people break out of this system of oppression.
But this Civil War never took place. Blacks protested, for the most part non-violently. And the white politicians this time were able to see that times were changing and they needed to adapt if they wanted to survive. Many ...
... Farm National Historic Site. We spent a couple hours touring this farm, which was Eisenhower's home after 1952 when he was not actually in the White House. He entertained many dignitaries there and preferred it over Camp David. He used the farm and his prized Angus cattle for diplomacy. It was quite interesting to see the place, which is still a working farm today while the site is administered by the National Park Service.