The Inn at Ragged Edge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... exhibit on another trip - and today was the day. It did remind me of our trip with Maui as one of the last places we took her. :-( as she came with Zach and me to visit my parents. Of course, that was also our last trip to their house outside Pinehurst. Given Maui no longer with us and parents sold their house, really glad we took the time for that vacation/road trip. Anyhow, the inside exhibits are free. While the place is relatively small, it is packed ...
... distance I can see the thickly wooded hills approaching. I'm looking forward to getting back to forest again. Mt Holly Springs is tucked right up against the forest, giving it a bit of a frontier feel--in between the cultivated valley and the untamed mountain. Not really a storefront Main Street, mainly just houses with porches--but still a somewhat neighborly feel. After walking up and down the town a couple times, I'm ready to hit the mountains, ...
... the war this building was used as a hospital for the wounded from both sides.
The National Cemetery is where Lincoln spoke The Gettysburg Address.
We also saw the "cyclorama" at the National Park Visitor's center. The paintings that make up the circle must number about 15 and they are huge. As you look at these paintings you are in a ...
... I mentioned, the monuments each have a different shape (5) to denote what happened at that exact spot. They are Confederate Brigade Markers; Union Brigade Markers; Flank Markers; Battery Tablets; Headquarters Markers; and Corps & Division Markers. They all tell an amazing story as you stand in front reading it and then look out at the area. CHILLS!!
General Robert E. Lee - Graduated next to top ...
... trail that crosses almost the entire country from north to south.
It's about 4 miles just to get from Waynesboro to the trail. But it's not to bad of a walk. Along the way I go to check out a log cabin atop a ridge. A sign reads "Meeting House: 1780" I think it's interesting how, in Europe, a "historical structure" is typically a 500 year old cathedral or a 2000 year old massive amphitheatre. Here in America, go back a couple hundred years and it's going to ...