It’s the holidays! The tree is trimmed, our presents are wrapped, the cards are signed, the wreath is on the … Continue reading This and That.
Beginning in the early 18th century, immigrants from Germany began arriving in Pennsylvania. Many of these newcomers fled religious persecution … Continue reading Pennsylvania Dutch
In October of 1777, General George Washington’s Continental Army was beaten and demoralized after losing control of Philadelphia and failing … Continue reading Home(s) for the Holidays
Standing beside a waterfall. Driving past a milestone. Visiting a market that dates back to 1893. And celebrating a birthday … Continue reading Weekend Roundup
A legend arose in Ireland years ago of a ne’er-do-well named Stingy Jack. He was a manipulative, corrupt human being, … Continue reading Jack-O’-Lantern
When I think back to my years in school, some of my favorite memories were the field trips. Venturing up … Continue reading Field Trip!
During the past three-and-a-half years, this blog has taken me on adventures to states across the nation, to mountains, historic … Continue reading If at first you don’t succeed…