Courtyard by Marriott Gettysburg
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... I had to kick Ella and Brandee out of their beds so I could get out the propane tanks and run down the road to Sheetz to exchange them. I hooked them back up and we were good to go for the night. Of course the dance music was blaring the entire time.
Saturday was pretty cold all day. Barely got above 50degrees we stayed inside most of the morning. We were visited by Nevin & Cathy for early morning and lunch. We also went ...
... various levels of artillery. First there would be a barrage of solid shot, which are long-range canon fire. As we get closer, then would the split case (which is exploding canon balls), then canisters (which are smaller lead balls used as shrapnel), and finally musket fire. All the while, the soldiers are lined up shoulder to shoulder and keeping in step. As people fell, soldiers would come to up to fill the gaps.
There would also ...
It was time to set out into the real world again and we decided to make a stop in Gettysburg before heading out to Washington D.C. The drive to Gettysburg was once again beautiful but it was a cloudy and cool day. Gettysburg is where the major civil war battle was fought for 3 days in July 1863 which was considered the turning point in the battle between the south and the north. During the 3 day battle 50,000 ...
... and it was good to finally be
moving again after what felt like a lot of driving. We drove back to the
campsite to get in some free showers and then decided to take advantage of the
free spot we had parked at the night before. The park was pretty and it wasn’t
too cold outside so we spent the afternoon reading, doing Sudoku and even got
in a little yoga in the field. A simple perfect ...
... on the basis of race. This is nothing more than an empty talking point. In overturning the Civil Rights Act of 1964, at least those sections protecting voting rights, four old white men and one old black man (one who recently opined that the individual states were not bound by the guarantee of freedom of religion in the First Amendment) ignored voluminous Congressional findings that such protection was still necessary. Or, to paraphrase Justice ...