“It is not as hard to get there as it looks . . . The real difficulty is to stay there after you get there . . . “ The Confederate assault of July 3, 1863 is one of the most famous charges in all of military history. But it was not the first time Confederates had traversed the same ground. July 2, 1863 also saw a brigade of Rebels march across the same field to try and break the Union line on Cemetery Ridge. Cross the rarely-visited Spangler Farm as we walk the path of Wright’s Brigade to see how close they came to their goal.