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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

ABC Wednesday - V is for VICTORY @ Yorktown

Redoubt 10
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Redoubt 9
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Yorktown Battlefield...for more on the Siege of Yorktown CLICK HERE

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19 comments:

  1. Love the two guys on top of the hill. Their heads 'have reached' the clouds!

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    1. thank you and they have haven't they! those are my boys! they loved running through the redoubt!

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  2. quite the defense line for that hill!

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  3. I'm impressed with the defense line too! Interesting history.

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    1. PS: I don't know anyone with the name von Wille. What part of Berlin did your gf live in? If you have somewhere specific that's around here, I can take a look in an old cemetery. I love assignments! :)

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  4. It looks very peaceful now! Thankfully!

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  5. That's very interesting and reminds me of medieval warfare techniques I read about somewhere...

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  6. Very cool photo with the defensive poles!

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  7. It's yours boys on the top of the hill

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  8. Have you seen the new TV series this year TURN on AMC? It is all about the Revolutionary War, love the family drama about the soldiers on both sides.
    Ann

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  9. Interesting to see those poles used for defense!

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  10. I'm envious! I'd like to see Yorktown for myself someday.

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  11. I went to Colonial Williamsburg several times, but never stopped by Yorktown. Wish I had. Interesting post.

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  12. I was THERE a few summers ago!
    ROG, ABCW

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  13. Another great place to visit.

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  14. Another reason to remember that the US and France have served each other well over the years.

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  15. amazing history and those poles look so unfriendly-

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  16. We were there a few years back. Really nice place! That area is so historic it's incredible.

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