I've always wondered where General Longstreet observed the final July 3 charge. It is said that he sat on a fence. Of course, it would have to be a place where he could see an appreciable part of the battlefield without exposing himself to danger. In my wanderings across the field, I came up with where I believe he was sitting. It makes sense because he isn't too close to Union lines and he is along a ridge where his artillery was placed. This makes sense because we know there were several messages between him and his artillery man, Porter Alexander. Below is an image with my proposed fence location and a picture showing what Longstreet would have seen. Notice the complete view of the Union lines with the understanding that those trees next to the Codori house would not have been as tall and dense.