We’d been planning the trip for months – I booked our flights and hotel around April of this year, and we travelled (as usual) with an eye for determining whether San Diego could be home for us.
I grabbed my favorite camera, crossed my fingers that the film inside was still good, and tossed it in the back seat for the long drive down to Hershey.
Bellefonte is a great jumping-off point to do some exploring of the State College area.
The Watershed has a number of well-marked trails winding through the mountains south of the city.
Driving towards the park, the trees open up to a sizable lake (currently half-frozen-over) with a parking lot that’s little more than a large shoulder extension off the road.
Across a river, up a steep unpaved road, then through a series of switchbacks lies the trailhead for Angel Falls Trail, which follows a portion of the Loyalsock…
Along a series of three reservoirs in central Pennsylvania is a beautiful, well-maintained hiking trail.
Taken down by a tornado in 2003, the Kinzua Bridge is a fascinating place to visit.
In 1962, somebody messed up, and the ground beneath the town has been burning ever since.
Some portions of the turnpike were widened, but this section was left to nature.