Altland House Inn and Suites, Gettysburg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... found out it was Fairfield, CA. Bummer! We then went back to our site for Crackpot green beans, ham and instant mashed potatoes. I made a fire and we sat around the fire while Brandee cleaned up from dinner. We then settled in to watch Home Alone 2. We then headed to bed and listen to yet another Rave party.
We woke up and had breakfast and started packing. Packing went pretty quick with not major issues or concerns. I guess ...
... that would need to be climbed over as they approached through the gradual downhill and uphill to Cemetery Ridge.
Pickett’s Charge ended in failure to break the Union line. Had the Confederates been able to succeed in breaking the line, this battle could have turned out differently.
After hours in the drizzly rain and overcast skies (how fitting for the day's events), we went into town, where we enjoyed a lovely dinner ...
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, ...
... an indoor market with various stalls (only a minority are actually Amish. I'm struck by how outgoing the Amish and Mennonite vendors are, including the young people, quickly greeting as you approach their stall. I had the idea that they were more reserved.
There's a lot of heavy furniture here that I kind of doubt was brought on a horsedrawn buggy. So the idea is, Amish don't drive motorized vehicles, but the do depend on ...
... unique--but it catches my attention here. Makes me wonder--what is the meaning of a porch? In old day's it was a place where Grandma could sit on her rocking chair and greet the neighbors as they pass. It's also a place where visitors can have some shelter while they wait for you to open the door. Either way, it does seem to give a feeling of neighborliness and hospitality--especially along a Main Street. I'm liking this town, Littlestown. to take ...