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... us that we had just missed Arlo Guthrie who played across the street two days prior. He even played the full Alice's restaurant, would have been awesome to see. However as always when travelling in a bus we are too slow getting there.
The next morning we walked around the Gettysburg battlefields and grave sites. Went to the visitors center and viewed the museum and cyclorama. All very interesting and very well documented. In the ...
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Today I once again followed the "Four Step Day Hike Plan" Today I parked my car down near Smithsburg, the next town to the south, then bicycling up to Waynesboro, where I ended my last day hike. Along the way north, I came across another guy walking south along an empty road. He looked like a hobo, but wasn't carrying anything.
"Is this the way to Waynesboro?" I asked.
"Yeah... that's where I'm heading" and he promptly turned ...
... faith, and the Great Questions of the Universe. He's already joined me for a hike segment around Harper's Ferry, West Virginia, and today he's joining me again.
It's raining, but we won't let that dampen our spirits as we head off into the woods. The leaves are startin to change colors and there are little bubbling streams all along the trail, so it is still a beautiful walk.
"Actually, dark, rainy weather is perfect for where we're going" I ...
... with that, I head on back towards Chambersburg, taking the same road through the apple orchards that I'd take on my bicycle back in 2001, when going to the movies at nearby Chambersburg Mall.
The quarters for the migrant apple pickers are quite spartan. This is one job that I didn't do back when I was getting started trying to get on my feet back when I moved to the US--although I considered it. Looking at the one room living quarters for pickers who toil in the freezing ...
... two armies initially collided at Gettysburg on July 1, 1863, as Lee urgently concentrated his forces there, his objective being to engage the Union army and destroy it. Low ridges to the northwest of town were defended initially by a Union cavalry division under Brig. Gen. John Buford, and soon reinforced with two corps of Union infantry. However, two large Confederate corps assaulted them from the northwest and north, collapsing the hastily ...