Lovelace Manor Bed and Breakfast
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... damaged by the flood so it now has a marker to show the flood height.. The roadway was 11 feet above the river. Some of the bridges have been relocated to preserve them as they were getting too fragile to cope with the traffic load in their original position.
We went to the Tail Gate Cafe for lunch again at Colemanville bridge which was quite a pretty spot. There were no parking signs where we stopped as it was a turn around for vehicles going to a camping ground. A big F ...
We had a fantastic day yesterday meeting some Amish people. We went to 2 families's farms. They are very hard working people who live a simple life. The countryside is gorgeous and our hotel is surrounded by ...
... smelting pig iron located near iron deposits and the largest forested area in southeastern Pennsylvania. Abandoned for about five decades, the historic site became part of NPS in 1938 when it was fixed up by the Civilian Conservation Corps while it was replanting the area’s denuded forests.
The park includes the historic buildings like the industrial facilities, workers’ housing, barns, and the large ...
Harrisburg is Pennsylvania's capital city, so I figured I’d make a visit to the capitol building while in the center of the state. According to the capitol’s website there are tours conducted on weekends as well as during the week. However, I found no way to get into the capitol building on Saturday without a security badge, so I didn’t manage to get to see the interior. If the interior is anywhere near ...
... our bell man to find just the right cab.
When we go to Penn station the real waiting began as we had left a goodly amount of time and our train was delayed. We were better off than the Boston trains which were simply cancelled.
The ride was quite pleasant looking out to the outskirts of New. York through a few towns and into Philadelphia. Dorothy and Ralph used this time to take a little nap. Philadelphia station was an unexpected delight as it was ...