Hampton Inn Gettysburg
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... 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 ...
... that would need to be climbed over as they approached through the gradual downhill and uphill to Cemetery Ridge.
Pickett’s Charge ended in failure to break the Union line. Had the Confederates been able to succeed in breaking the line, this battle could have turned out differently.
After hours in the drizzly rain and overcast skies (how fitting for the day's events), we went into town, where we enjoyed a lovely dinner ...
... 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 ...
... warning of the evils of taking your kids trick or treating. Inside are books, pamphlets, tracts that basically demonize every belief, religion and demonination different from theirs. Quite a contrast with the inclusive vibe I sensed in nearby Shiremanstown. Now that I've explored so many Main Streets in the region, I must say Mechanicsburg Main Street seems even worse than I remember it. Immediately behind Main ...
... 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 ...