Yes, someone actually interviewed me.
There are no earth-shattering revelations in the article, and much of that information can be found on various pages of this blog, though not so organized, but it was a pleasure and honor to have Scott Sarich give me this opportunity. I hope readers will check it out and enjoy it.
Once done with it, please explore his site, www.totalgettysburg.com and check it out. It has a lot of information, past and present, about Gettysburg, as well as several other interviews with bloggers and Civil War enthusiasts.
Thanks again to Scott for allowing me this enjoyable experience. I hope
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