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Clouds Over Devils Den

This photograph was originally intended to be a view of Little Round Top from Devils Den, but when we uploaded it, I fell in love with the patterns created by the clouds and filtered sunlight. 21 more words


The Battle of Yorktown, 1781: Cornwallis's Surrender

Today (Oct. 19) in 1781, British General Charles Cornwallis surrendered to American forces at Yorktown in Virginia.  It was not technically the end of the American Revolution. 150 more words

Travel / Places

The Week In Games: Civilization And Its Battlefields

(Source: kotaku.com)

In the immortal words of Pat Benatar, “love is a battlefield, whoawhoawhoawhoawhoawhoawhoawhoawhooooaaaa!” It’s something I’ll definitely be keeping in mind as I charge through the graveyards of nationalism on my gorgeous, Frostbite-rendered horse later this week. 357 more words


50-23 - Bike Week

We do not ride motorcycles, so imagine our surprise to find ourselves in the middle of bike week in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania during the summer of 2008. 418 more words


50-19 - Ghost Stories

​As skeptical and full of cynicism as I am, I still believe things. While it’s still in the mainstream, I don’t need to see G-d to know He exists, but I also believe in other spirits. 782 more words


War horse by Michael Morpurgo

It is 1914, and Joey, a farm horse, is sold to the army and thrust into the midst of World War I on the Western Front.   87 more words

Books Into Films

Internal War

The war populating in my mouth is overwhelming any time and explosion of words will flare and pop sending me falling forward forward we march as contempt has snuck into the battlefields and infiltrating each side sagging and dropping my tongue I would think I would be more eloquent with my temper but it is a spoiled child throwing ideas like tantrums and my body quakes in the aftermath of its raging backfires can I just say I dislike you and walk away