Four Points by Sheraton York
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... small and it is difficult to tell them apart from other farms until you see the horse drawn buggies and farm equipment.
I had found a website which gave driving routes for covered bridges and joined into one of the trails at Strasburg. Most of the bridges are still in use. Many that we saw were badly affected by the flood waters caused by Hurricane Agnes in 1972. Most have now been raised above the flood height.
Zook bridge roadway was 6 1/2 feet under water but ...
... br> Washington was a very nice, clean city.......a nice change of pace from NYC. We have our hire car and for the next 5 days we will just follow our nose which is lots of fun,
More Amish photos to come
... nice looking streets, something I saw none of in neater Lancaster. The city has apparently faced bankruptcy in recent years because of crushing debts related to a trash-to-energy incinerator that didn’t work out as planned and appears to be weak in terms of residential and commercial tax base to fund its operations. It’s unfortunate because with a bit of gentrification it seems like it could be a pretty nice ...
... home for the foreseeable future, possibly for good, but at least for now.
And it was also more foreign to me than anything I had experienced in the UK, Iceland, Hungary, France, Switzerland, Brazil, or Norway in the past year of my life. As I looked up at the crowd – the show, the people, the occasional Confederate flags – to me it was all foreign. Foreign and really, really strange.
So yes, I was – I ...
... and all sorts of cultural indicators that this was a coal mining center if the US in its day. Today, this area is very depressed, with high unemployment and its better days in the rear-view mirror.
The new coal capital is in Wyoming, which produces more than 440,000 tons of coal a year -- nearly eight times as much as Pennsylvania, and three or four times more than West Virginia and Kentucky. Ray and I visited coal communities in those ...