Courtyard by Marriott Harrisburg West / Mechanicsburg
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... us that we had just missed Arlo Guthrie who played across the street two days prior. He even played the full Alice's restaurant, would have been awesome to see. However as always when travelling in a bus we are too slow getting there.
The next morning we walked around the Gettysburg battlefields and grave sites. Went to the visitors center and viewed the museum and cyclorama. All very interesting and very well documented. In the ...
... Moroccans, Latinos, Indian... But I didn't like the layout of the neighborhood. No sidewalks in places, and a lot of dead end gated complexes, so not a place you can just go for a stroll easily. I finally reach Mechanicsburg proper. I remember my first gigs here... at the coffeehouse... at Aurora Cafe, a center that helps adults with disabilities to find jobs... A Christian bookstore catches my eye, ...
... to the halfway mark of the trail--so reaching here is a big accomplishment to "Through-hikers", people who are hiking the whole trail between Maine and Georgia in just one trip.
Not exactly something I can boast about--but hey... my global "Hike" is pretty impressive too, isn't it?
"Are you going to play some music for us? Three friendly folks inside ask me. They are volunteers who share a passion for the Appalachian Trail.
There's a ...
... at the edge of the foothills of South Mountain--the ridge between the Chambersburg and Gettysburg valleys, and is an important apple and peach growing area.
The town also has a more rustic, frontier feel to it. No grand, Victorian style houses that I saw in towns farther east.
There's also a mention of the "White Squaw" back in colonial times, when this was a frontier area going into Indian ...
... provide a viewer standing in the middle of the cylinder with a 360° view of the painting. These were pretty popular before the introduction of cinema and movies. The painting was extraordinary. The thing that added to the visual impact was that in the front of the painting was a three dimensional diarama that gave the painting depth and an increased level of realism and detail. It was a dramatic recreation of a famous charge at Gettysburg-Picketts Charge. You walk around and ...