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Sach's Bridge in Gettysburg Pennsylvania

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As the spring air filled the surrounding fields of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, a lone figure walked across the historic Sachs Bridge. The bridge, which played a significant role in the Battle of Gettysburg during the American Civil War, stood as a symbol of resilience and perseverance. As the figure crossed the wooden planks, they felt a sense of awe and respect for the history that surrounded them. The gentle sound of water flowing beneath the bridge provided a peaceful backdrop to the memories of the past that lingered in the air. The Sachs Bridge was a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and a reminder of the sacrifices made in the name of freedom.


  • Would you be able to paint the Luna Moth “be amazing” to cards? I would like to order ten. Thank you, Debbie Martin , 678-761-1936

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  • Sorry Bobbi but unsure how else to reach you-we talked at your open house. I was wondering if you had a chance to visit the donkey sanctuary yet. Also, I was hoping to send you a few pics of my mini donkeys in case they might inspire you to add donkeys to your paintings.


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  • My mother and her three sisters and two brothers walked over Sachs Bridge or took the pony cart to Pitzer School every school day. They were born between 1906 and 1914. The school is now a residence on the corner of Eisenhower’s property. When my family came to visit Grandma and Grandpa Scott on the farm, I always knew we were almost there when we went over the Covered Bridge! Love this painting!!

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