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REMINDER---Professor Kerrigan will be in the house on Oct. 28th for a special Halloween Dinner Theater! Seats are selling FAST, and we anticipate being completely booked in the next few days. If you were planning to attend, make sure you call and reserve your seats ASAP- (717) 642-5410. ⠀
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Come join the fun,this weekend.Ill have a booth with my co worker Mike Kratz doing some fine tattoo work,selling tshirts,and Mike with his fine custom paintings, also come support these guys that are putting this event on,make their first year successful.#tattooconventions#ontheroadagain #livingthedream#gettysburgpa #oldschool #oldschooltattoo #worldfamousink#worldfamoustattoos#tattooedgirls#tattooedguys#tattooparty
This story has become one of my favorites, here is the grave of Private Milus Wilson. Born in Buncombe County North Carolina, Private Wilson was a farmer at the time of his enlistment, on May 7th 1861 he was mustered into “F” Co. 16th North Carolina Infantry that same day. He was in many engagements including, The Seven Days Battles, Antietam, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, & Gettysburg, where he was wounded and captured. Falling into Union hands, he was treated in a Federal hospital at Gettysburg . While recuperating, he met Anna Mary Plank and decided to return to Adams County after the war to marry her, which occurred in 1866. Together they had nine children.
He learned the printing trade at the Adams Star and Sentinel, ironically a staunch Union newspaper during the war. Ultimately, he returned to the agricultural life and lived much of it in Straban Township, he died at age 74 in his daughter Beulah's Gettysburg home from "chronic mitral endocarditis (regurgitation) - sudden failure" with "chronic T.B. spondylitis, C. paraplegia" all being contributing factors. #gettysburg #gettysburgpa #battleofgettysburg #civilwargraves #confederate #deovindice #csa #tapophile #northcarolina #americanhistory #americancivilwar #northcarolinahistory
Time to book now for the Thanksgiving Holiday before I am all booked up! Spaces are starting to fill up, so book your holiday cut and color now to ensure you have an appointment with me. 😉
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Multiple photos: One of the quirkier attractions on the Lincoln Highway in Pennsylvania is Mister Ed’s Elephant Museum and Candy Emporium. Ed Gotwalt, a veteran of the Giant Supermarket chain in the DC area, received 2 elephants as wedding gifts in the late 1960s, and started collecting statues of elephants until he had over 12,000. He first displayed his collection in Mister Ed’s: The Area’s Most Unusual General store, which he opened on February 26, 1975, about two miles from the current museum site. Gotwalt expanded his museum and on February 26, 1983, moved to its current location, a 1930s antique store on US Route 30 (Lincoln Highway/Chambersburg Road) in Orrtanna in Franklin Township of Adams County. He reinvented the place as an elephant museum and candy emporium, featuring outside gardens of elephant and other animal sculptures. The place became one of the most popular attractions in the Gettysburg area, drawing people in for its homemade fudge, classic candies, peanuts, and of course, elephant memorabilia and wacky garden. On July 5, 2010, Mister Ed’s caught fire. Gotwalt lost his entire inventory and a majority of his collection. Defiant, the then-74 year old decided that he was going to rebuild. People started donating elephants to the museum and he was able to reopen on February 5, 2011. It’s worth a stop. You can’t miss it…just look for the elephants. #OrrtannaPA #Pennsylvania #history #elephant #elephants #MisterEds #mreds #candy #Gettysburg #gettysburgPA #LincolnHighway #ChambersburgPA #USRoute30 #peanuts #store #museum #adamscounty #generalstore #candystore
Discover #FallinPA at @fieldsofadventure in Aspers, Pa.! Enjoy the stunning views, fresh air, pumpkins galore and fun for kids and adults alike! Challenge yourself in the corn maze, take a ride down the zip line, hop on the wagon for a ride around the farm and be sure to pick a few pumpkins to take home from the pumpkin patch! Discover more on our website (link in profile!).

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