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... I had to kick Ella and Brandee out of their beds so I could get out the propane tanks and run down the road to Sheetz to exchange them. I hooked them back up and we were good to go for the night. Of course the dance music was blaring the entire time.
Saturday was pretty cold all day. Barely got above 50degrees we stayed inside most of the morning. We were visited by Nevin & Cathy for early morning and lunch. We also went ...
... Dobbin’s Tavern, which is an old building that was built in 1776. We had the best hot buttered rum ciders and took in the ambiance of the old tavern. The waiters and waitresses were decked out in the garb of the times and taper candles were on each table. I felt like I was in the 1700’s.
What a lovely opportunity to step through time and wrestle with the details of strategy and tactics of the armies at Gettysburg.
It was time to set out into the real world again and we decided to make a stop in Gettysburg before heading out to Washington D.C. The drive to Gettysburg was once again beautiful but it was a cloudy and cool day. Gettysburg is where the major civil war battle was fought for 3 days in July 1863 which was considered the turning point in the battle between the south and the north. During the 3 day battle 50,000 ...
... from this region would be such a world traveler.
"I'm Canadian--moved to this area." That explains it...
We get to talking about the difference between Canada and the US, she confirms my theory of how America being based on rebellion shaped our culture differently.
"But Canada is becoming more like America" she says somberly. "It's going from a socialist democracy to being a country run by corporations..."
And with that, my day hike comes to an ...
... Farm National Historic Site. We spent a couple hours touring this farm, which was Eisenhower's home after 1952 when he was not actually in the White House. He entertained many dignitaries there and preferred it over Camp David. He used the farm and his prized Angus cattle for diplomacy. It was quite interesting to see the place, which is still a working farm today while the site is administered by the National Park Service.