Sheppard Mansion Bed and Breakfast
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... as obstacles to expansion. Sadly, this conference here in Carlisle was an exception and not the rule. But it didn't have to be this way. The Indian School Cemetery Further down the road is a reminder of a more somber era in White American-Native American relations. It's a cemetery with identical tombstones. At first I think its an old Civil War cemetery, but no. A plaque states that these are the tombs of Indian students who came to study at boarding ...
... various statues, a mini-chapel, and the grotto itself. Inside the chapel there's an Asian couple... the guy is swiping his smartphone. Reading the Bible? No... it's a digital rosary!
OK... I can understand using the latest technology in religion.... electric candles instead of wax... listening to the Quran on your headphones... but a digital rosary?! Nah, that's just cheating... isn't it?
Overall, a nice place for quiet meditation... a reminder once again ...
... We saw a lot, learned some new things, took a lot of pictures and have lots and lots of memories.
We were in Texas over Thanksgiving that we made this decision. From there, we did go to Highland, Illinois to see my daughter. She is going to have a baby in mid March so our travels are not over. We will be returning to Highland sometime this spring. ...
... to check out their stadium. Gettysburg College is a D3 school with about 2,600 student. The campus consisted of beautiful old red brick buildings and plenty of shaded green space. The football field was very nice with large bleachers and field turf. Go Bullets!
After lunch the "old man" needed a nap, so I dropped him off and headed to Hanover, PA, the closest town with actual shopping. I was in search of a pillow to replace the one I left in NY. Mission ...
... the ground rushing up at us, but other than the first few seconds, there was never very much sense of moving either up or down. The whole process is so smooth that there is little sense of actual movement.
The ride itself was great. I doubt we could have had more beautiful weather, and in the early morning, the wildlife is active. We saw deer and two bald eagles (or one bald eagle two different times). Animals, by the way, do ...