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Over the years I have been a collector of t-shirts. I need to get them all out and sort them and count them but I have hundreds of them. 509 more words


Writing Content for Your Site That Will Make Google Smile

Everyone knows the phrase that content is king when it comes to your website. However, do you know what that means? It means more than simply having words on your pages. 35 more words

The Thompson House on March 25, 2017

On Saturday, March 25, I visited the Thompson House to get some views of the house and its surroundings.

The Civil War Trust has done some tremendous work. 184 more words


Our Camping Adventures - Gettysburg Campground

One of my favorite camp trips was one we took to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.  It was Halloween weekend so the campground had some fun activities and was decorated for the festivities.   582 more words


On March 2, 2017, our family rose before dawn, loaded up the van, and left on the longest vacation we’ve ever taken. We have been blessed to visit many interesting sites over the years, but they have always been in connection with ministry or visiting relatives. 1,518 more words


AT 2016 Flashbacks Pt. 19: Gettysburg, Independence Day & the Midpoint

Soggy ended up taking us to the Blue and Gray Bar and Grill in the heart of Gettysburg to catch the football game. The bar was packed for the holiday weekend, which made me feel a bit insecure about our odor, but I think it worked to our benefit as the people sitting at the bar in front of us left, and provided us seats right in front of a tv for the game. 776 more words


Shaara's Killer Angels

Killer Angels, Michael Shaara

The book that really started my obsession with the civil war.  A novel about the battle at Gettysburg told from the perspective of a commanders from both the Union and Confederate sides. 253 more words