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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 ...
... the main part of the museum seeing a variety of artifacts and small short videos. You could really spend a long time there, but after spending 2 hours on a guided tour and 30-45 mins with the movie, the museum part just reiterated everything again. We spent about another hour there.
Around 12:30 we finally heading out back to the city of Gettysburg for lunch. We ate at supposedly the second best Irish pub in the ...
Woke up this morning and boy are we sore. Who would have thought just driving for 7+ hours would do that. We are about to grab breakfast and then make the 30 min drive to Gettysburg to meet with our guide. Our guide is to provide a 3 hour history tour of Gettysburg and the surrounding area. Should be a learning experience. Then off to lunch and maybe the museum and/or a visit to the Amish country. That's still up in air. Anyways off we go until the next ...
... each regiment sustained. Many of the deaths that did occur were either from infection due to wounds or from diseases that spread in close quarters.
We were able to get an overview of the battle lines. Standing in areas which some part of the battle took place was very somber and sobering. Knowing that many soldiers had died on these areas (some very young) and that friends were often found on opposing sides was heartbreaking.
... Peace Park in Japan. Unfortunately, the impact of these peace monuments was at least partially blunted, in my mind anyway, by the treatment the Museum gave to Japan's role in WW II at the Atomic Bomb Museum immediately adjacent to the Peace Park. As I recall, it said something such as there was a war in Asia, and then the U.S. dropped the atomic bomb on Japan. Understatement? Ya think?! Nothing about the fact that Japan had started the war, ...