Hilltop House hotel, once a luxurious inn with a view of the river to die for. Now it's just a ruin, and possiby too far gone to ever save.
John Brown's disciples , John Cook, took a job here as a lock keeper and schoolteacher in order to scout the armory before Brown's famous terrorist attack.
This was once a Cessna 175.
After chatting for half an hour, it was time to go. There's nothing like a flat, smooth runway, and this one is really nothing like a flat, smooth runway.
Stretch and I went there to see the B-17.
Nothing cool there today, so I was in and out, and over this piece of hallowed ground in short order.
Gettysburg. 8,900 men died here between July 1 and July 3, 1863, and 22,000 more were wounded.
Devil's Den below. Little Round Top is just yards to the east.
Pickett's Charge was turned back after suffering appalling casualties. That failed attack is said to have broken the back of the Southern army.
Into Frederick. Three other aircraft in the immediate area and I couldn't see any of them. This is one of those times when tower folks are actually useful and cool.