Hampton Inn Hanover
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... the fog, past tanks, helicopters... a Vietnam War style lookout posts... a Civil War style camp... a Revolutionary War style fort... some World War I style trenches. The fog gives it a mysterious melancholic feel as I wander about, trying to get a mental picture of each of these combats. Next to the museum is something that gives a very different image of the American military: a very upscale neighborhood of large homes and a golf course in the center... ...
Suddenly a car stops up ahead and e fellow gets out. "Can I give you a ride? I can't stand to see a fellow carrying a guitar having to walk!"
"Thanks--actually I enjoy walking... for I walk and play music along the way--that's my style"
"Oh, well, I'm planning on launching show call 'Has Guitar Will Travel' about traveling and playing music!"
Imagine that. It feels like a scene from a movie--one of those scenes ...
When Ken and I started on this adventure, we said when, or if, it wasn't fun anymore, we would go home.
Well, it got to the point that it was not being so much fun anymore - so we came home.
We had a list of places and things that we wanted to see and we saw most of them. Plus, there were others that we did not have on the list that ...
... Visitor's Center and had a chat with Abraham Lincoln, who told us the real story of how he wrote the Gettysburg Address (hint: it wasn't on the back of an envelope). After that we watched the movie and the Cyclorama show, which gave us a real feel for what the battle was like, and what each side was fighting for. We walked the battlefield a little bit, then went back to the car. On the way to the car we saw a Segway tour, which looked like a lot of fun. We will have ...
... and I were instructed to stand on the bottom edge of the skirt and to hold on to the upper edge of the skirt and the upper suspension cables. By putting one of us on either side of the basket, and using us as supports, Todd effectively arranged for an open tunnel into which he then blasted air using a huge gas-generator-powered fan. I don't know how much air it could blow per second, but the balloon was full in about a minute.