Holiday Inn Morgantown / PA Turnpike
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... on propane and smaller kitchen appliances such as a mixer that was run off an air compressor.
Upstairs, the rooms were furnished, but the 3-4 outfits each person owned were hung on pegs on the walls. Women's outer clothing were held together only by pins so as to allow the ease of letting out or taking in the fabric as the woman's body size may change through pregnancy or what not. I thought this was a little odd, but it was ...
... if we would have stopped he would have stopped too. As soon as we got out of New Jersey and into Pennsylvania we noticed the change. More open spaces, more farmland and less traffic. We stayed away from Philadelphia and instead went to French Creek Sate Park a nice quiet inexpensive campground. We picked a site away from all the other campers and pretty much crawled into bed by 9pm. It was ...
... The quilts were extraordinary in range, size and quality.
We took a tour through the countryside looking for covered bridges, the kids asked why and we couldn't really answer why but to say that they were historical and from a romantic past, they were not really impressed. Nevertheless we found them and they were just that. Communities take great care with them and preserve them well, well worth ...
... was one of the several recent additions to the system that include vestiges of past urban industrial heritage pushed more by local politicians as tourism economic development than by preservationists or environmentalists. The reality is somewhat different. Hopewell Furnace is the site of a smelter from before the Revolutionary War through the latter part of the nineteenth century, a small industrial village built around making ...
... onto 95 north. It took awhile.
Then I drove. And drove. Forever. Finally I saw a sign for 276. It
was about 3 feet square and said “For 276 take exit...” and then
I was past the sign. I wasn't worried. It's an interstate, I told
myself. There will be a sign.
I was wrong.
No sign. Finally
realizing that I was too far north (because I was almost in New
Jersey), I got off at an exit that had a Panera. Using their WiFi I
got my bearings ...