25 June 2008 by Published in: Battlefield stomping 4 comments

With apologies to William Shakespeare…

Tomorrow, I’m on the road yet again. This time, it’s off to Shepherdstown, WV for Mark Snell’s Gettysburg retreat seminar. I’m looking forward to seeing old friends like Mark, Ted Alexander, and Tom Clemens, but I can’t say I’m too keen on yet another 6 hour drive tomorrow.

I’m leading a tour of the route of the Wagon Train of Wounded on Friday evening, and then a full-day tour of battle sites from the retreat on Saturday. I’ve got a panel discussion on Sunday morning and then home, at which time my June insanity will finally be over, a couple of thousand miles later.

I will try to post while gone, but I make no guarantees.

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  1. Wed 25th Jun 2008 at 10:46 pm

    Hey General,

    We’re looking forward to seeing you, too! Please drive carefully.


  2. Sat 28th Jun 2008 at 10:58 am

    I told Gabor that you sent your regards and he seemed very happy, sent his back, and said it was “very nice.”

    That man is way too loveable.

    Also, I saw that you are an honorary member of FOG. Sweet.

  3. Sun 29th Jun 2008 at 9:22 pm

    Thanks, for doing that, Sarah.

    Yes, I am an honorary member of FOG. It was one of the nicest surprises I’ve ever had.


  4. A.C Morgan
    Wed 02nd Jul 2008 at 5:22 am

    One word of advice about Shepardstown. It was James Rumsey, NOT Robert Fulton- that invented the steam boat! (They get a wee bit testy about that)

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