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Our 2017 Road Trip, Part 37: The Rest of Gettysburg

Previously on Midlife Crisis Crossover:

Every year since 1999 my wife Anne and I have taken a trip to a different part of the United States and visited attractions, wonders, and events we didn’t have back home in Indianapolis.

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Outlander - my favourite Scottish filming locations

When Dunmore Scotland got in touch recently to ask if I’d like to run a handbag giveaway on my social media feeds, I was only too happy to collaboration with the quality Scottish brand. 1,789 more words

Scotland

Our 2017 Road Trip, Part 36: Winners at Gettysburg

Previously on Midlife Crisis Crossover:

Every year since 1999 my wife Anne and I have taken a trip to a different part of the United States and visited attractions, wonders, and events we didn’t have back home in Indianapolis.

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2017 Gift List For Civil War Enthusiasts

Holiday season is here! If you’re wondering what to get a Civil War history enthusiast for Christmas, this blog post will help you find  a collection of fun, useful, unique, and memorable items. 888 more words

Holidays

A brief history of tanks

Today, 20 November 2017, marks the centenary of the first mass use of tanks in the First World War.

During the Battle of Cambrai in northern France (20 October – 6 December 1917) 378 tanks smashed through the heavily fortified German Hindenburg Line. 1,553 more words

First World War

Bell tolls for all

‘You, too, have come where the dim tides are hurled
Upon the wharves of sorrow, and heard ring
The bell that calls us on; the sweet far thing.’ —W.B. 115 more words

Poetry

Throwback: Waffles, museums, and beer in Brussels, August 2002

In 2002, J and I went on a 2-week trip to London, Paris, Brussels, and Amsterdam. This post is adapted from my travel journal. Here, I continue my obsession with food, remain vague on details, and eat waffles.  398 more words

Food