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Civil War Transcendence, part 9

§    A Novel of Time Travel I waited until about 9:00PM and decided to risk a stealthy visit to the park.  It was quite dark, and even though this was the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Antietam, there … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 8

§    A Novel of Time Travel   I awoke the next morning with an ache in my stomach for food. I gorged on eggs and biscuits at the motel’s continental breakfast bar. Once substantially full, I journeyed back to … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 6

§    A Novel of Time Travel I went up to the overlook deck on the second floor and looked out from the glass-encased viewing room at the landscape. You can see north all the way to where the North … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence , part 5

§    A Novel of Time Travel I always get a kick out of exiting on Hwy 9 and then taking Hwy 480 into Shepherdstown. The terrain is so beautiful; it just shines in my eyes.  I feel vibrant and … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, part 4

§    A Novel of Time Travel I had stayed at a Super 8 Motel the night before, but bounded out of bed at 5:30, rip-raring to go.  I finished the morning ablutions quickly and stowed my suitcase in the … Continue reading

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Civil War Transcendence, episode 3

A NOVEL OF TIME TRAVEL, Episode 3 The big question is: “How did I get here from the 21st century?” After I recount that event – which takes a few twists and turns – we can proceed further. I had … Continue reading

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The Other Side, Part 27

I told Jack that his immediate family – the ones he really missed – was waiting on him. I also told him the war had been over for many years. I stated that he could join them if he wished. … Continue reading

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The Other Side, Part 26

  I was drawn to three bodies lying outside by the shed.  ASG 1 and 2 were concentrating on one body in particular. ASG 1 licked his face and ASG 2 nudged him with his nose. The man sat up … Continue reading

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The Other Side, Part 25

  It had been three weeks since I last visited The Other Side. In the interim, I had participated in the 150th Gettysburg Reenactment with other Comrades in Arms. We had a glorious time, but it took awhile for these … Continue reading

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The Other Side, Part 24

  In an instant, I was in a Union uniform. Our line moved toward, and then began going around, the farmhouse I mentioned before.  This was the D. R. Miller house.  As we came around the house, we saw a … Continue reading

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