Blog Posts - Gettysburg



Why The Lincoln Highway Experience Is A Perfect Drive Through History

The Lincoln Highway Experience was a most intriguing place to visit to provide an insight to driving history in the US. Located on US Route 30, aptly named the Lincoln Highway, this museum can provide a wealth of ideas for anyone on a road trip acros...
by Flights And Frustration on Jan 15, 2016

Battle Of Gettysburg Coincidence

Battle of GettysburgTurning back the clock today to a July, 1913 news item.As per the Gettysburg Times: "A remarkable coincidence was the meeting of two men with exactly the same name, but, in different states, one of whom fought on the Union si...

La batalla de Gettysburg

La Batalla de Gettysburg (1 de julio al 3 de julio de 1863) se desarrolló alrededor del pueblo de Gettysburg, Pensilvania, como parte de la campaña de Gettysburg, durante la Guerra Civil estadounidense. Ha sido la batalla que tuvo más bajas en los...
by AUDIOLIBROS GRATIS on Jul 31, 2015

Deionized Water Window Cleaning and More!

When you think of professional window cleaning, what do you think of? More than likely, you imagine someone with a ladder and a squeegee. However, like many other industries, window cleaning has made advancements and can now be performed better, fast...

ETERNAL LIGHT OF PEACE

FDR DEDICATES ETERNAL LIGHT OF PEACE AT GETTYSBURGGettysburg, Pennsylvania (JFK+50) Seventy-seven years ago today, July 3, 1938, President Franklin D. Roosevelt journeyed by train from Hyde Park to Gettysburg, site of the battle which is kn...
by JFK+50 on Jul 3, 2015

Gettysburg National Military Park

If there is a home for the soul of America, it is almost certainly on the battlefields of Gettysburg. Here, in July 1863, the Union and Confederate armies clashed in the bloodiest battle ever fought on American soil. In three days of fighting, more t...
by eTravelTrips on Mar 10, 2015

Winter House Cleaning Tips

Winter is the season when many people will spend more time indoors, and it’s also a time of the year when many home maintenance and cleaning tasks seem to be most beneficial. There are a few things you as a homeowner can do to help make your ho...

General Pickett's Buffet, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

It has been six years since I have been to General Pickett's Buffet in Gettysburg, Pa. We do not get to Gettysburg very often anymore. We were there and there was no doubt where we would be dining. We went on a Wednesday night and while there was not...

LINCOLN'S GETTYSBURG ADDRESS

PRESIDENT LINCOLN GAVE ADDRESS AT GETTYSBURG 151 YEARS AGO TODAYGettysburg, Pennsylvania (JFK+50) President Abraham Lincoln gave his address at the dedication of the Soldiers' National Cemetery here in Gettysburg 151 years ag...
by JFK+50 on Nov 19, 2014

Homeowners Clash With Ghost Hunters Over “Portal to Hell” On Their Property

As a paranormal investigator and someone who has been intrigued by the paranormal since I was very young, I’ve had a bit of internal conflict lately. I’m immensely interested in the paranormal field, but ashamed at the circus-like aura th...
by The Occult Section on Oct 29, 2014

Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania PART II

PART IIPART I WAS THE LAST ARTICLEWe left Part I with our just leaving the film in the Gettysburg National Military Park Visitors Center and being escorted with everyone else who had just watched the film up to the Cyclorama. The Cyclorama is located...
by Meryl and Me Hit the Road on Oct 15, 2014

Gettysburg National Military Park, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania PART I

We were in Lancaster, PA on another of those days that seemed to be all too frequent during our travels this summer that was predicted to rain. We decided that this would be a good day to do something that we have never done with the Roadtrek but had...
by Meryl and Me Hit the Road on Oct 1, 2014

The odd obsession of CBS Sports

There is so much going on right now; what should I write about: hard on the heels of a toothlessly transparent gesture to militarize our border with Mexico, my governor has been questionably indicted…I’m enormously pleased for his discomfort, if...
by Hey, it's Pat Ryan's blog! on Aug 25, 2014

Roadtrip Ostküste – Teil 1

Lang lang ists her, dass wir ein Lebenszeichen von uns gegeben haben. Der Grund: Wir haben noch einmal richtig auf „Touri“ und „Sightseeing“ gemacht und die wichtigsten Hotspots an der Ostküste abgeklappert! Waren wir l&#...

BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG

BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG ENDED 151 YEARS AGO  Gettysburg, Pennsylvania (JFK+50) 151 years ago today, July 3, 1863, on the third day of battle, General Robert E. Lee ordered 15,000 Confederate soldiers under General George Pickett...
by JFK+50 on Jul 3, 2014

A Fond Farewell

Early on Sunday morning, I closed the door of my Gettysburg townhouse for the last time, put the last of the trash out by the curb, and drove away to Maine. Unlike previous May departures, which were usually just for the summer, this time I was movin...
by Jean's Garden on May 27, 2014

A Fond Farewell

Early on Sunday morning, I closed the door of my Gettysburg townhouse for the last time, put the last of the trash out by the curb, and drove away to Maine. Unlike previous May departures, which were usually just for the summer, this time I was movin...
by Jean's Garden on May 27, 2014

The Lovely Month of May: GBBD, May 2014

After months of below-normal temperatures, it has suddenly become summer-like in southern Pennsylvania, and my Gettysburg garden has burst into bloom. Some flowers, like those of Viburnum x Burkwoodii, came and went so quickly that I barely had time...
by Jean's Garden on May 15, 2014

Spring Has Sprung! GBBD, April 2014

After months of below average temperatures and a winter that sometimes seemed like it would never end, spring has sprung in my Gettysburg, Pennsylvania garden. Temperatures shot up into the 70s at the end of last week and stayed there for four days,...
by Jean's Garden on Apr 16, 2014

April Flowers!

Spring finally arrived in my Gettysburg, Pennsylvania garden a few days ago when the crocuses bloomed. I was beginning to doubt it would ever happen, so it was good to have my faith renewed. I had hoped to be able to have forsythia flowers to show to...
by Jean's Garden on Apr 7, 2014


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