Depending on the sort of traffic experience you have, you might hate or love the town of Gettysburg (and that love-hate relationship may change on a daily basis :-)) As for me, though getting around can be tricky, the small-town charm more than makes up for any troubles I may encounter. The first photo shows the David Wills house in its newer, red-brick form (remember when the house was gray? It doesn’t seem that long ago . . .)
The second photo is of the Gettysburg Hotel, which traces its origins back to the late 1790s. The third, random photo shows a few structures that help make Gettysburg the quaint place it is. These views would definitely be a lot better without the “horseless carriages”, but there’s not much chance that you’ll ever visit Gettysburg on a day when there are no parked cars . . . so I just use my imagination!
CPT. LLEWELLYN JAMES T. DAVIS
Co. D, 12TH Alabama Infantry
Born March 15, 1829 --- Died July 01, 1863 at age 34
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