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We had a great trip overall, but the weather was cold and the campsite was loud.
We arrived about 6:30pm on Friday night after having to pack the entire camper since this was our madden voyage in the new camper. It was dark when we got to out Site 93. I was a little slow unhook and setup since this was my very first time. I got everything unhooked and leveled and turned on by I'm guessing around 7:30 where made our first meal in ...
... Dobbin’s Tavern, which is an old building that was built in 1776. We had the best hot buttered rum ciders and took in the ambiance of the old tavern. The waiters and waitresses were decked out in the garb of the times and taper candles were on each table. I felt like I was in the 1700’s.
What a lovely opportunity to step through time and wrestle with the details of strategy and tactics of the armies at Gettysburg.
... home cooking. June also fixed my peak cap that I bought in Baltimore and broke two days later. Thanks June.
On the way home after dinner Amy took me back to LensCrafters at the Mall to have my reading glasses adjusted. I wasn't able to see clearly through them when I was reading. Manda was so helpful and told me that I should take them back to LensCrafters in NYC if I still feel they need ...
Early August, I was invited to participate in a trip to Gettysburg sponsored by the U.S. Air Force. This trip included the bus ride to and from Gettysburg with a professional storyteller narrating stories from a civilian's perspective of the battle. Once we arrive to the town, General Grant joined us on our trip and also spoke about his role in the war. (Grant wasn't at the battle). After lunch, ...
... there's yet another section of the military park, with another row of monuments to the various regiments and units... some get a simple pillar, others a towering obelisk... Then finally the "Eternal Peace Flame", dedicated by President Roosevelt, ironically just a few years before World War II broke out...
And finally, I'm done. No more Civil War stuff. Just a long stretch of country road. I'm ...