Comfort Inn Ebensburg
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We were on our way from Ligonier to Bedford, PA along route 30 when we saw a sign for the National Park Service memorial to Flight 93, the plane that crashed near Shanksville on 9/11/2001. We had not planned on seeing this site, but here it was so we turned in. We were really glad we did because we were so affected by the experience. One of the things we learned was ...
We arrived there late in the afternoon and had only about an hour to explore the fort and museum. As you can see from the pictures, it was a lot different than Fort Necessity. This time we did not escape the rain and had to make use of our umbrellas (or bumper-shoots) midway through the tour. The restoration was incredible and the guides were very knowledgeable and helpful.
Traveling from Touchstone East to Philadelphia, I happened across the sign for Flight 93 memorial, it took me a few minutes to realize I was in the area of Pennsylvania where Flight 93 crashed killing all 40 passengers. The memorial is still in the building process and is to be finished by the anniversary this fall. It was a very sobering time to walk the 1/4 of a mile walk from the memorial plaza along a ...
... with houses with enormous yards. This actually bothers me more than the trailer park--at least the trailer park provides homes for people in a space efficient way... this development looks like a squandering of a precious resource on huge yards that people really aren't going to use for anything... Veering off to the west is my next town: Newry. This town wins the prize for Shabbiest Town Hall. It looks like a little old church ...
... it is a Civil War monument and a monument to the the pioneer family with the father holding a gun and the mother reading the child a book. Sort of the stereotypical image we like to preserve of the first white settlers. Incidentally, I learn, Logan Valley is actually named after a Native American leader who lost his role as chief because he lost his eye due to an arrow. He was friendy towards the colonists ...