Category Archives: Battlefields

Battle of Le Linge

When our trip to Europe was in the planning stages Lindy mentioned that she’d like to take us to Strasbourg. I immediately checked to see if there was a chance for me to fulfill one of my long-time wishes—to visit … Continue reading

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Birkenkopf (Rubble Hill)

Lindy and Andrew were amazing tour guides. Our plane landed at 9:10. We connected with them about half an hour later. We made a quick stop at their apartment to drop off luggage, and by 11:15, we were out seeing … Continue reading

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Ludlow Massacre Memorial

In 1913, coal miners from southern Colorado went on strike. They formed a large tent colony near the town of Ludlow where they stayed with their wives and children. In early 1914, the Colorado National Guard and units made up … Continue reading

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Chattanooga — Day Three

Chris and I started the morning with some excellent donuts at Julie Darling Donuts. The plain glazed may have been the best I’ve ever had. From there we drove south into Georgia to the damp and nearly-empty Chickamauga National Battlefield. … Continue reading

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