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Friday (day 3) was an amazing day on the road. I tried to meet up with Shannon who will be my room mate in Florida. She recommended a diner just down the road from where I stayed. It was in one of those very old buildings with crooked floors and a tiny ladies washroom.
In hindsight, I am not sure if I went to the right diner or not, but the food was delicious in the one I stopped at. I took the first exit 19 that I came upon which ...
6 hrs, 12.8 kms
Greencastle is the in between town--never quite achieving the status of its neighbors Chambersburg (to the north) or Hagerstown to the south). A small town core... a couple of industries around it--but no mall... no Walmart (something to be ashamed of?). But it does have some nice Victorian houses--and I spot more cafes than diners in the town core... perhaps that suggests a bit more ...
... the battlefield with one of the certified licensed guides. The guide was very informative and give accounts of both sides of the battle. It was a very pleasant experience; the only that would have made it better was if we were able to see a reenactment.
It is difficult to imagine the battlefield one-hundred and fifty years after the war. Today, Gettysburg National Park is mostly ...
... was even born! I guess not everyone in America thinks newer is better.
I offer to play a couple songs and decide to try "Free from your Mind Prison" on a young audience for the first time... and the response is very positive... I might just make this a theme song for sharing with the new generation that I meet on my travels from now on.
Free your minds, children... question what you were told to believe
Free from your mind prison... do not be afraid ...
... horses, they want to make sure it's a Christian-themed-learn-to-ride-horses place...
A Relic of a Bygone Era
It's a bit further up the road, atop a lonely ridge that I find a true Relic of a Bygone Era.
It's a little store... but not your typical roadside convenience store with bright lights advertising lottery tickets and cigarettes. No, here you walk past a clutter of antique odds and ends, in through the door to a slightly musty smell... and there on ...