Early Fog on the Watershed Here I am again moving to a different spot. Thank you.
Monthly Archives: September 2018
TRAILS OF HISTORY.
This is the famous Independence Hall located in Historic Philadelphia, PA. Inside this Historic structure is where the Declaration of Independence was signed on July 4th, 1776. This structure is one of the most favored places to visit. Tickets must be purchased to see the area, where the Declaration was signed, that has been restoredContinue reading “TRAILS OF HISTORY.”
Dessed in the cloths of that day & era, this guide was explaining how the Lamps worked back in the 1700’s. In that time there was no electric. Everything was done by candle light. Each pole had 1 candle in it to light the way. Each candle had to be lit every evening by someoneContinue reading “LAMP LIGHTER”
RETURN TO HISTORY.
For the 1st time in a few days, we had some nice sunny weather, so I grabbed my camera gear and headed down to a favorite place in the city of Philadelphia that I like to go to. Independence Park, the Birthplace of our Nation, has so very much to offer and see. You canContinue reading “RETURN TO HISTORY.”
THE HENRY PIPER HOUSE
A little more than 2 months ago, I had made a road trip down to the Antietam National Battlefield Park in Maryland. It’s about a 4 hr. trip down there for me. I left the house around 6 am and hit the road for a somewhat long drive for me. Of course, I had mostContinue reading “THE HENRY PIPER HOUSE”
ON THE TRAIL OF HISTORY
Located in Lebanon County, the Cornwall Iron Furnace was built in 1742 and stayed in operation until 1883. Now a museum for everyone to Tour and see how Iron was made long ago. Called a Abattoir, this Gothic Revival structure served as a smoke house and butcher shop for the Cornwall Iron Estate. This wasContinue reading “ON THE TRAIL OF HISTORY”