Tuesday, July 9, 2013

And Then Some News

The first two paragraphs of Thursday's essay, "Gettysburg: Battlefield highlights," read as follows:

In my first essay on our "Audio Tour," narrated by Wayne Motts, I simply listed the sights we saw—the auto-tour stops—and I did not take the time to record some of the highlights and my impressions of what we saw.

We took six hours and ten minutes on a tour designed for about two or two-and-one-half hours or less, we were told, depending on how much time we wanted to spend. My wife and I were accompanied by our daughter and her three kids, ages 14, 11, and 10. This is important because the kids have studied about the Civil War in school and, too, because all of them watched the movie "Gettysburg" and were especially interested in all that was "Gettysburg."

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