Days Inn New Cumberland/Harrisburg South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... savings of not having to stay at a motel or eating out in restaurants it's not so bad. Jan has a new "scrubby-thing" on a stick that she's going to use on the windshield. It just drank a quarter of a big bottle of Dawn. Can't wait to see if it actually works because we wiped out a large percentage of the flying insects between North Carolina and here today. So far she has soap all over the ground and herself. Not sure if the windshield is deriving any benefit. Will keep you ...
The long day of driving included several encounters with slowed traffic and construction. We finally arrived in Gettysburg. We decided to drive through town to see what eating establishments were still open - trying to avoid the quick burger & fries menu. We ended up in the park and decided to go see the Eternal Flame. We'll be visiting the site again tomorrow, but wanted to get some pictures of the flame in the twilight / dusk. ...
... as the Major was also a free mason. Interesting!!!!!
Also, the path down the side of the farmhouse is one of the only preserved tracks highlighting the state of the transport network in 1860...
The B&B has many artefacts from the battle and several original uniforms worn by the combatants who fought around the farmhouse in 1863 - 3rd July from 3pm to 7pm.
Tomorrows speaker is a retired doctor who will talk about war ...
This morning's visit really challenged me. Initially I knew about Gettysburg, Lincoln's address and that there was a battle between the north and the south, but that was about it. I can't even begin to explain it more in detail on this blog, because it is very confusing for me. The more I learned, the more confused I got. When I thought that I had it straight, I realised that I didn't. As this is a national historical park, we completed the activities in the junior ...
... line of cars behind us.
Upon entering the park, I was immediately struck by miles and miles of split-rail fencing. Since I've made my own in the past, that fencing really caught my attention. Also, very prominent attention-grabbing large marble/bronze statues are scattered across the landscape which is primarily pastoral in nature minus the town and a few farm houses.
There were a lot of people. We went by shuttle ...