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Today we left Poughkeepsie for Philadelphia, via Milford, a historic town and in which the cemetery of which my Great, Great.....Grandfather General Daniel Brodhead is buried. The town of Milford was absolutely beautiful, soemthing I did not expect, with a very French influence. Many french bakeries and beautiful old homes. A visit to the old bookshop was rewarding as we found more books for our Nicholas and then on to the cemetery. ...
Before we head out to the great beyond all on our own, we thought it would be a good idea to take a mini drive up to the Hermitage to visit my Dad and Cyndi. There were certainly some milestones during this quick over night trip. First, I sat on my perch as navigator in the rig for the first time. There were many other firsts - first time we filled up the fresh water tank, first time ...
... on flat ground, I knew I wasn't up for a full day's hike the next day.
50+ and I decided to do a nero to nearby Wind Gap and split a room again, so I had a short day into town once more. There was no outfitter in town, but there was a Payless shoe store, so I went in and bought a pair of one of the very few hiking shoes they had. I knew I couldn't keep hiking in those boots and that if I tried, I would probably be off the trail in less than a week, ...
... my new sunglasses (in Kentucky), we didn't need to visit the mall. Or pay for parking.
Darcy checked on her phone while I made a u-turn. Turns out the mailing address and headquarters are NOT at the same address as Steamtown. (If this blog entry is so exciting that you decide to go there yourself; make sure you go to Cliff Street).
We visited the historic site and watched the (rather slow and ...
... Diorama a visit to the Battlefield will be much more appreciated. We did a self-guided driving tour of the Battlefield. It took a good 5 hours to go through the Battlefield and was well well worth it. Absolutely spectacular. While in the wide open landscape of the battlefield, you envision the troops marching up the hills in front of you. This is something that everyone should see/do.
Living history encampments bring history back to ...