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It was Jordan and Rachel’s first time flying today. The flights on United left Harrisburg at 8
with a layover in Washington Dulles and arriving in Orlando at 12:30am. It was a late night but the kids LOVED flying
including Rachel who had several complete ...
... lost in Modern America: a close sense of community, strong work ethic... the ability to be self sufficient... making our own clothes and tools... growing and preserving our own food... children who always obey and respect their parents... I also admire families who opt to live a traditional lifestyle--as long as its THEIR CHOICE. If people are only doing it because they're threatened with shunning or hellfire if they choose otherwise... well I must say I feel more pity ...
... to always be the case--a I've observed as well... The Carlisle Indian Conference I head back to downtown to take some more pictures and where some plaques catch my attention. There's a plaque honoring an expeditionary force that fought the French in the French-Indian War--you don't see much importance to that pre-independence conflict when colonists were fighting with the British... Another rare plaque is one dedicated to the "1753 Carlisle Indian ...
... m from Chambersburg" He responds a bit stiffly. Sorry, I don't mean to imply that just because you're skin is dark that you're not 'American'--but, dude, you're making koshery!
Finally he explains "I was born in Pakistan and I grew up in Saudi Arabia. Egyptians there make Koshery as well. That's where I learned to prepare it"
I'd like to learn more of his story, but he doesn't seem to eager to talk, so I continue on my way. No, I do not order a bowl of Koshery. Once ...
... on that day nearly 150 years ago.
Next, we delved into the life of the civilians during the battle by visiting the Shriver House Museum. This is a house built in 1860 that has been restored to it's original condition. We learned the stories of how the War effected the residents. Also, it was decorated wonderfully for Christmas, so we could see the ...