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... Finally crossed into Pennsylvania. We stopped for lunch in Williamsport. It took another 3 hours to get to Gettysburg. First stop at Gettysburg National Lark to look through the info centre. Then we stopped where the Virginian Army was based, at Little Round top and further down road. Lots of monuments, canons, original fencing. Otherwise land is either being farmed or left empty. On to York to our hotel. Didn't arrive till 7pm. A very long ...
... plush toys of the different candy characters. I find this kind of odd, ok the Hershey's Kiss character is cute but the others are a bit odd looking but when in Hershey! Oddly enough the Twizzler character is a teddy bear.... weird. Anyway then it was off on our way to our New Jersey hotel. We took the kids swimming (again) and ate dinner. Tony and Dottie got locked out of their hotel room for a few hours because the door key system completely died, so random. Tomorrow HOME!! ~ ...
Today the plan is, after we finish breakfast, we are going to get our photos taken using original photography equipment back from the civil war era. We will be dressed according to the period. After that, we will grab lunch to go and head down via Skyline Drive thru the mountains. Due to the weather in Charleston, SC we are no longer heading that way. We will be making our way to Knoxville, TN. Or as close as we can. Today is mostly going to be a driving ...
... town feel in contrast with, say, Chambersburg, Carlisle, Hagerstown.
Since then things have changed. There are a couple large warehouses plopped by themselves in the middle of the farmland near Newville. So there are now jobs here, which could lead to sprawl. But for now, Newville still has that small town feel.
We stop at a diner, just to soak in the vibe... and then bid each other farewell. It was great to hike with company ...
... if you ask me.
I'm becoming less and less inspired all the statues of the "heroic" generals sending out their men like sheep to the slaughterhouse.
But what about the monuments to the soldiers themselves? The ones who actually fired the bullets? Surely these were courageous heroes, were they not?
Sorry, I'm just not feeling that either. Maybe it's just me, but if I were given a gun and told "See those guys on the other side of the field? Go kill ...