Remembrance Day

Gettysburg, PA

November 16 - 17, 2018

This year marked 20 years that the 67th NY has been attending Remembrance Day in Gettysburg. And thankfully, this one was dry (unlike last year's monsoon). A snowstorm on Thursday blanketed the battlefield in white which made for a beautiful scene that we don't often see. We marched with the 2nd Federal Rifles at the head of the parade which was shortened yet again for security reasons and ended at the gates of the National Cemetery. Fortunately, the extra security (dump truck barriers notwithstanding) was more circumspect and less ominous. Friday night, we dined at the Garryowen Pub and Saturday's meal was at the Mason/Dixon Distillery.

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a winter wonderland General Oliver Howard A view of Culp's Hill a tour of East Cemetery Hill Library Lincoln Buskin' Dinner at the Garryowen Pub Music on the Menu the Irish Brigade Memorial Good doggie Lining up for our ceremony Keeping the Brogans dry George Munkenbeck Remembering Bruce MUSTER ROLL An Abbey Road moment Loafer and Provost Andy & Ben We found a friendly Reb! No photographs! Liz and Will Our battlalion commander Rob and Lynne This year's Color Guard a Louisiana Tiger Our Officers The 6th Ohio Cavalry Buglers