Scenes from a Pennsylvania Rideabout
In the beginning of June, we spent a long weekend based out of Lock Haven, Pennsylvania. My hubs Kenny was doing the Durty Dabbers Dual Sport. I wasn’t into it so I opted out this year. Instead, I spent my time bumming around and taking in scenes of America. These were some of the things that I saw:
Taking in a view of the bridge from Lock Haven on 664.
Spotted this delightful little place in Jersey Shore, Pa. Phil-It Up Drive In. Sadly for me, there’s not too much ice cream being sold at 8 am.
The town of Jersey Shore’s Veterans Park.
The bridge along 44 in Jersey Shore that crosses the West Branch of the Susquehanna.
Just ’round the corner from the Phil-It Up Drive In is a lovely war memorial. It stands across from the VFW hall. It’s sad that they are needed but memorials such as these feel like an important anchor in a community.
The well-worn patina of this old flour mill was outstanding – Milton, Pa.
Sunday morning and nothin’ doin’ in Mill Hall, Pa. I’d stopped here to snap a picture of a Mail Pouch ad.
This is said Mail Pouch ad – Mill Hall, Pa.
One for the tiny post office files – East Smethport, Pa. along Route 6.
Seeing this nice caboose (not a euphemism), I decided to pull over and have a drink. As I stood around munching on my Barnana snacks, a car with two young girls pulled up across the way. I watched as the two of them went through curious contortions in the front seat. They adjusted out of place hairs and tilted their heads just so, to snap the perfect selfies. They clearly knew their best angles. It is an art form that I still cannot buy into with any gusto. It is an interesting phenomenon to see unfold.
I bet the “Welcome to Weedville” sign gets stolen a lot.
You know there were actual events that prompted the shirt AND pants sign to be put up on the post office. Sounds like a fun town 🙂
You can bet this sign has seen some things. Including better days.