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... a Strawberry Margarita. Gabrielle had the same steak as Marie with sweet potato and applesauce, the girls had steak bites, Chey with fries and Mackenzie with applesauce. The Margaritas were HUGE - literally couldn't pick them up. The staff come and sang to anyone who is celebrating a birthday - we heard 5 including Cheyenne. $90 all up.
We took a longish way one buying gas, looking for a mag for Dixie and taking Mackenzie home. Got home about 9.30.
... Some comfy beds, great dinner, and a market stop in downtown Lancaster the next morning made for a good pit stop for us. We decided we had enough of the city life and are going to skip Baltimore and Washington DC all together and head straight for the hills of Shenandoah National Park in Virginia. We are camping there for the next few nights before we head to Williamsburg for the 4th of July (should be quite patriotic!). ...
Enjoying the morning with Uncle Dee. After a great breakfast at Bob Evans needed to run off some sausage gravy. Had a blast at the Army Heritage Museum running through the barracks and talking to soldiers. It was amazing. Porter "my favorite thing was talking the soldiers" (he had great questions too) Natalie: " my favorite thing was comparing the barracks; civil war and current time" Brooke:"lookin' at the houses" Now back to the ...
... 200 of them marched two days to join the older confederate soldiers. Seven (?) of them were killed in the battle. With so many thousands of deaths in the Civil War, this was a small loss of men, but it was a huge windfall for The Virginia Military Institute who have used the story to recruit patriots to their freshman class ever since.
The MUST SEE museum if you like Civil War history is Gettysburg. We stopped there on our way from Washington, ...
... is to start your own chocolate company. Another is to stay at cheap places while on the road. Which, of course, we do tonight, lodging at the York Motel 6 ($49.99 tax).
Day Thirteen Summary: Wilt's incredible scoring record, Milton Hershey's legacy, The China Syndrome, Peppermint Pattie. Miles ridden today: 255.
For today's complete route from New Paltz, New York, to York, Pennsylvania, click here.
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