History Has It’s Eye On You

Day 75 – March 16, 2019

History – Lens-Artists / 6 Word Saturday / Wings – Weekly Prompt Photo / Week 11 – Pull Up a SeatOrder – FOWC / Illustrious – WODC / Day 16 – Spiky Monthly Squares

Took a drive through Gettysburg today.  A run to the store to grab some jeans was in order. It seems that my last two pairs both appeared to be coming apart at the seams.  Fortunately for me I noticed before anyone else. Unfortunately, I was at work when I noticed. After some clever use of the illustrious duct tape, I managed to thwart off any would be gawkers.  In any case, thanks to a 40% discount throughout the store, my mission was a success.  I am glad I did to.  It’s been awhile since I drove through town, and how lucky I am that today’s lens-artist was history.  Nothing says history quite like Gettysburg.  Well, except Old Navy at the Outlets at Gettysburg.

 Look What I Found

Take Your Time

19 Replies to “History Has It’s Eye On You”

    1. I don’t know that. Well I didn’t think I knew it. Or I never knew what that was called. Ive heard it before on TV but listening to it now sounds so much better! It’s a perfect song to play next time I go through the battlefield!

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    1. I’ve lived here 19 years and still learn things every time I go. Of course, I never do the guided tours I really only do self guided so I don’t get all that one on one info. I just do a little research when I see something. (Saves so much $$)

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