Liberty Mountain Resort & Carroll Valley Golf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
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The rain came today and brought hot, muggy environs with it. And cabin fever! We are explorers, after all, so around 5:00pm we caught the shuttle back in to Gettysburg.
We toured the parts of the battlefield we hadn't seen yet, saw monument after monument (many with Irish symbols because a significant Irish ...
... to know about the battle. We did not know that it is the largest battle ever to take place on American soil. The walk around the national cemetery and the battlefields with all the monuments and the incredibly large amount of unknown soldier markers was very sobering. Highly recommended!
We're hoping to go into town tomorrow and tour the town itself, but rain is in the forecast...
... majority of poor southern soldiers in any way benefitting
economically from the institution of slavery? For most not. My sentiments are
with the draft rioters in New York. Kill all those in power when they try to
draft you into a war!
Antietam wasn’t as deserted as Monocacy but also not as
mobbed by visitors as Gettysburg always seems to be. I had wanted to go to
Antietam for a long time and am glad I finally made it.
... Brigade' broke the Bloody Lane fighting by standing their ground under intense fire.
Another well laid out battlefield with a self guide auto tour and countless memorials, monuments, markers and signs telling detailed stories of the battle. Could easily spend a few days here, if you were really into the subject....
Approx 50% of the dead in each battle have never been identified, although ...
... company starting building a bunch of houses here. Then the people had some disagreement with the township (towships are subdivisions of the county that are not "boroughs--rural, or semi-rural). I guess they didn't like the services they were recieving, so they got together and decided to turn themselves into a borough, with more control over how to run their community.
That's the difference of how "new towns" come into being now, versus 200 years ago. It ...