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After a long, grueling week of babysitting, I hitched a ride with my Aunt Jenna and Uncle Martin down to good old Winchester, Virginia. (Can I just smother them with some more gratitude for a minute?)
We left Brooklyn and it took approximately 2 hours, 14 minutes and 37 seconds to get to New Jersey. But, that's what you get for trying to leave on a Friday evening during the summer. Fortunately, it was a great first [and ...
... reason, it's a struggle to get them into the suitcase. I guess I am hoping that my belongings will put themselves in the suitcase!!!
The packing to do list is made, so I guess I need to stop blogging and start packing! I cannot wait to share our travel adventures with you all. I know this trip is going to be AMAZING!!! An adventure awaits and I am ready for it!
We left PA just in time for a heat wave only to find out it is also down here. of course their heat wave is 92 but we are heading south so it may be warmer. At one point on I-81 it must have been backed up for miles with them doing something on the road, striping or something.
We are staying at the same campground as we did before but we are staying in ...
... regiment was comprised of 141 men and suffered 62 casualties or 41%.
Next we started down the road to Sharpsburg and Antietam National Battlefield. On the maps in the museum we found that N.G. Evans' Brigade fought near the Burnside Bridge and a 40 acre cornfield. Again we persevered and finally found the markers for Evans' Brigade, the 17th SC Volunteers. We left lucky pennies there representing the wishes of George Washington ...
... met in the town with their Iroquois allies to coordinate maneuvers against the French and their Native American allies during the French and Indian War.
By 1738 this settlement became known as Frederick Town later became Winchester, named after the birthplace of Colonel James Wood, an immigrant from Winchester, England. He laid out 26 half-acre (2,000 mē) lots around 1741, ...