Country Inn & Suites Chambersburg
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... into the visitors center. The ticket lady recommended I do the museum tour and then a self-guided car tour around the battlefied, which I happily agreed. The story of Gettysburg is amazing, and as someone who doesn't know a lot about Civil War history, it was really interesting to learn some new facts! The self-guided auto tour included a CD which I popped into my car and drove around town. The CD identified certain spots, telling stories, and showcasing ...
... myself during that time. This time we spent more time at each point of the auto tour and tried to grasp our minds around all that took place at the spot we were standing.
We made our way to the Pennsylvania Memorial and saw there was an event that portrayed the life of soldiers in their camps. We spoke soldiers (volunteers who take part of the Living History in the park) who were eager to share information regarding their ...
... of the roadway.
Day 105 - We have picked a nice day to ride the highway, sunny and warm. This road has been here for several years and it not only shows the wear and tear, but many of the "lookout points" are now just a place to view large trees. For those that are still viewable, they are stunning. We did go to a visitor's center where you could take a bus up to this rock outcropping and get a great view - that was worth the trip for sure.
... area with multiple trails. Hopefully I can trust my instict to get me down the right path to the bridge... sure enough--down a steep slope, there it is right beneath me. It's the iconic covered bridge look... stretching across the Conococheague River (again!)... blending in withe the foillage... with the stream sparkling in the sun's rays... I take photos from all angles, hoping to get the perfect shot. I'll ...
... like I've made myself a cocoon, and I've allowed my project and lifestyle to die, with the hope that it will come back to life a whole new creature. And I'm ready to start taking some little baby steps to start bringing the Global Parkbench Tour back to life. So what are these "baby steps" going to look like? Well, I suppose I could continue working on my Appalachian Superhike. I reached a stopping point on the south stretch of it--but I still need to take ...