We got into the hotel, declined the meatballs we were offered, and went to bed.
We woke up the next morning with both vigor and vim and were ready for our historically enlightening adventure.
And historically enlightening it was.
We had been told to watch the Gettysburg movie before we went, and though it was a little bit painful to get through (it is like 4 hours long), we were glad that we had. I mean who needs a book when you can watch the movie? Am I right?
The field where the famous 'Pickett's Charge' took place.Little Round Top Justin and I both have a special place in our hearts for Colonel Chamberlain (he had a really big part in the movie and he seemed like a pretty stand up guy).
The Cemetery at Gettysburg
This was where the famous Gettysburg address was given by Abraham Lincoln.
This was how we ended up carrying Myers most of the day. He had had enough.
An actual Holly tree.
Myers was pretty excited.