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The rain came today and brought hot, muggy environs with it. And cabin fever! We are explorers, after all, so around 5:00pm we caught the shuttle back in to Gettysburg.
We toured the parts of the battlefield we hadn't seen yet, saw monument after monument (many with Irish symbols because a significant Irish ...
There, the Cyclorama was the big hit with us. A beautifully restored 42-feet high, 375-feet around painting from 1884 depicting the battle at Gettysburg. It came with a nice audio and light show presentation. Amazing! The 15-minute Morgan Freeman-narrated film about the battle that was shown beforehand was also great. In that short time, we learned just about everything ...
... is how Americans want to shop... this is how they want their landscape to look like... so be it. In another decade or so, things will change again, there will be a new way of shopping... and on and on in this ever evolving society.
This is what strikes me the most as the contrast between American and European civilization. In Europe, things were built to last... hundreds and hundreds of years. Here... almost every structure I see around me is meant to ...
... certainly no real "ghetto" feel here. A reminder that just because it's a low income area doesn't mean it has to be run down and dangerous.
(2 hrs) Open Mike at The Cottage: On up Wayne Avenue I was pleasantly surprised to come across an Open Mike at The Cottage. Good atmosphere, some really good musicians and attentive audience--even though I had a rough time with the sound equipment. Refreshing to be among kindred spirits right here in Chambersburg.
... as a place where people just care about church, drinkin' and huntin'-- a steroeotypical "Red State" town. I felt quite ill at ease in a town where nobody seems interested in visiting any other country, unless they're going as missionaries or military! Definitely not a culture I felt at "home" in.
When I finally did decide to start exploring America with the lauching of my Global Parkbench Tour in 2007, I was no longer living in Chambersburg. I swung by here as ...