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... exhibit on another trip - and today was the day. It did remind me of our trip with Maui as one of the last places we took her. :-( as she came with Zach and me to visit my parents. Of course, that was also our last trip to their house outside Pinehurst. Given Maui no longer with us and parents sold their house, really glad we took the time for that vacation/road trip. Anyhow, the inside exhibits are free. While the place is relatively small, it is packed ...
... highway a couple more miles until I finally reach the trail crossing and eagerly dive into the stillness of the forest. I'm not really expecting any grand discoveries--typically my forest stretches have just been soothing breaks from road walking from town to town... but I expect to get my inspiration from visiting towns. However, when I reach the ridge of the mountain, and see these massive boulders jutting out of the ground diagonally, I get a glimpse of ...
... camps, the sheer number of men fighting and the loss of life in just the Gettysburg fight of three days, not to mention the 4 year fight.
The battle at Seminary Ridge took place on the first day of fighting, July 1, 1863. On this building is a cupola in which General Buford utilized to look out over the nearby fields to help in directing his ...
... at the end of May. Tasted, and bought, a new wine - Norton- and then headed north. For the rest of the day, mostly it just rained. And rained. And rained. Spent last night in PA where they have pretty decent Chinese take out. Heading further north ...
... like this one over the city" I'm told "few people at that time had ever seem a plane."
Then we continue on to my guide's true passion: the Lincoln Highway
"The early 'highway' was little more than a mud track in many places. The first convoy of vehicles to travel it took 62 to days to reach the Pacific. I took part in a reenactment of that, driving a 1918 antique." He went on to tell me how, like the interstate freeway system, the original driving force ...