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Two for the Road

Day 155 – June 4, 2018

All-Time Favorites – WPC (6 of 7)

Coming in at number 2 is a tie.  Both of these were taken for the first 365.  I really couldn’t decide which one I liked the best.  My first 365 I focused on keeping things in and around the community where I live.  It is so rich in history that I found myself learning so much more about the Civil War and all these historical sites that are right in my front and back yards.  Every July 1 -3, Gettysburg hosts the annual Battle of Gettysburg reenactment.  But this is not the only time you will see re-enactors.  Almost any day of the week you could drive anywhere in and around the civil war path and see folks dressed in period wear, union or confederate.  Even right in my own town. And in some cases, like this, when the day is done it doesn’t matter what colors they wear, they march off together. Take a look at the original post here.  The second is a photo I took at one of the local Universities that is only 10 minutes away.  I always knew about this tunnel that allows students to cross, under the highway, to the other side of campus.  So when I went total the shot, I remember not seeing the figure walking and being pleasantly surprised to see it when I went to look through the photos of the day.  The original post is here.  So down to 1 more post for the final WPC.  This probably will be the hardest of them all.  Stay Tuned!

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4 Replies to “Two for the Road”

    1. There is something mystical that continues to draw visitors every year. For the 5 years that I operated a business in town, it always amazed me that the visitors never stopped coming. All year long! Granted, not as heavy in the winter months, but still enough to keep the tours, souvenir shops, and hotels thriving. I also met so many people who made the trip every year, if not every other year. Thank you for taking the time to stop by the post and adding a comment! I do really appreciate it!

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      1. That’s really interesting. It makes me happy to hear that the town is thriving. It was a very tragic period in our history, but it’s great that something good has come out of it, and that people haven’t forgotten.

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