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... for. The streets were clean and the gardens well tended.
Wilmington's Market Street was quite attractive and there were a number of buildings related to Du Pont. We stopped at a shopping centre and bought cheese to add some variety to our rolls for lunch - today will be ham,tomato and cheese!
Decided to head for the Lancaster region. The Lancaster Pike goes through a residential area with greenery along the sides. It was a very pleasant drive along Route 41 ...
... nice looking streets, something I saw none of in neater Lancaster. The city has apparently faced bankruptcy in recent years because of crushing debts related to a trash-to-energy incinerator that didn’t work out as planned and appears to be weak in terms of residential and commercial tax base to fund its operations. It’s unfortunate because with a bit of gentrification it seems like it could be a pretty nice ...
... on the way.
The rest of our journey to our final hotel stop of the trip is using the Interstate and doing battle with lots of very large lorries who like travelling at 80 mph.
Dutch Paul went off on his own today to see some of the sights in Washington - a few of us wished we had joined him! Well done Paulfor having the courage to do it!
In the hotel we sort our stuff for tommorrow as it going to be a hectic ...
... was mentioned in the constitution, Buchanan believed nothing short of a constitutional amendment could end slavery, and since the constitution doesn’t prohibit states from seceding there was nothing to stop them. Buchanan must be one of Anton Scalia’s favorite presidents.
I don’t recall much about Buchanan from my AP American history class other than his weakness as president, but on the tour I learned that he had ...
... in the car today. Our sights consisted of farms, wheat fields, lots of barns and silos and little towns. We even passed through an Amish village. Was odd to see the horse drawn buggies travelling down the main interstate. They did look mighty cold though! We ended up in Harrisburg for the night. An hour away from our for stop tomorrow, Gettysburg. Driving distance for the day: 532 miles / ...