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Moving On

In the last few days we did the Gettysburg Battlefield Museum, the Guided Bus Tour, drove part of the self-guided auto tour, saw the cyclorama and a diorama of the battle, that’s about enough. 351 more words

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perfume (kikôbun / haibun)

It came as a surprise – this vision of beauty and abundance – but there it was, rustling all around me.  I waded into its brown waves and knelt in the dirt.  299 more words

Seek, and You will Find II

It has been a long time since I wrote a post titled Seek, and You will Find.

Tonight I am having a little  bit of writer’s block so thought I would take another look at common search terms that find my blog. 354 more words

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Gettysburg, Day 2

Since the sun was out this morning we went out early for some picture-taking before the clouds returned. We returned to the Gettysburg Battlefield to get a shot of the Eternal Light Peace Memorial. 538 more words

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Gettysburg, PA

It rained all day yesterday so we just stayed in. But today was better so north we go! We have crossed the Mason-Dixon line into Pennsylvania and are no longer in the south. 375 more words

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UPDATE: FAA releases statement on gyrocopter landing at Capitol

UPDATE:

The FAA released a statement regarding the landing of a small aircraft on the U.S. Capitol grounds Wednesday.

The statement reads, “The pilot was not in contact with FAA air traffic controllers and the FAA did not authorize him to enter restricted airspace. 689 more words

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Serenity Now: Civil War battlefield at Antietam

SHARPSBURG, Md. (AP) — Unimaginable violence once raged across the landscape of Antietam. Now, the sweeping hills and meadows whisper peace.

 

In this Nov. 6, 2011, photo, cattle graze on a field at Antietam National Battlefield in Sharpsburg, Md., in a serene setting once wracked by violence in the bloodiest one-day battle on U.S. 793 more words