PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA: AMOR

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12apr17. Philadelphia, Pa.

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PENNSYLVANIA & MARYLAND IMAGES: AT ONE TIME IN THE WORLD

“At one time in the world there were woods that no one owned” ~Cormac McCarthy

21nov16. Pennsylvania & Maryland. USA.

NOSTALGIA: LITTLESTOWN, PA

I lived in Littlestown as a child and attended Rolling Acres Elementary school. from wiki:

Originally laid out by Peter Klein in 1760, the town was first named “Petersburg”. German settlers in the area came to call the town “Kleine Stedtle”. As confusion between the town and a neighboring town (also named “Petersburg”, now York Springs grew, the town officially changed its name to Littlestown (essentially a translation of “Kleine Stedtle” from German) in 1795.

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“I have to see a thing a thousand times before I see it once.”
Thomas Wolfe, You Can’t Go Home Again

14JUL13. Littlestown, PA.

ROAD TRIP: MARYLAND TO UPSTATE NEW YORK (the long way)

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Nowhere in this country, from sea to sea, does nature comfort us with such assurance of plenty, such rich and tranquil beauty as in those unsung, unpainted hills of Pennsylvania.” –Rebecca Harding Davis

14JUL13. Maryland – Pennsylvania