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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 ...
... driven by a young teenage girl with a younger child with her. The roadside stalls sell homemade bread and baking, jams, relishes, pickles etc as well as vegetables and fruit and also quilts and hand sewn items. The stalls are manned by family members and we were served one time by a young boy who said he was seven - teaching skills while they are young. They are always friendly. The farm work is done with horses rather than tractors and we saw a team of horses ...
... however, he had not seen everything. This was a first time for me, so we decided to do a full tour by driving all the roads and stopping at each of the 16 autostops that were put up by the National Military Park.
At each of the autostops, we would read the information for that area, which included detailed information on what regiments fought there. There is so much documentation that we were able to follow the progression of the battle ...
... 40 - blue crab, shrimp and snow crab. I had 6 'small' crabs they were $1.50 each and came with a green salad, plenty for me. Large crabs were $70 a dozen. Gabrielle had clams and Marie had Surf and Turf - shrimp and steak. It cost us $100 all up for 4. Great.
Then back to Gab's place. I had a nap sitting on the couch while she connected the WIFI then did a bit of blog and into bed about 11.
... to Wikipedia, "In popular usage, the Mason–Dixon line symbolizes a cultural boundary between the North and the South (Dixie). After Pennsylvania abolished slavery, it served as a demarcation line for the legality of slavery." The Welcome to Pennsylvania sign followed. But the best, from my very juvenile point of view, was the Welcome to Intercourse sign. Grow up, Jim! It could be worse. I could be a Government prosecutor. Making a bad, ...