jackson, I went to Gettysburg once on a school field trip back in the 6 th grade. I have since relocated to Kentucky. I didn't like all the lake effect snow. I do have family still in Erie. My husband and I are getting ready to go further southwest. area. Erie has lost alot of jobs. Hammermill paper, and GE. They tried to modernize it with the implementation of a trolly service. I as well lived in Meadville for a short time. I think I enjoyed Meadville and the area more than the big city that Erie offers.
I'm in Palmyra - a small community just a mile east of Hershey . . . like, when the wind is right you can smell chocolate from my backyard (back when they were actually making chocolate at the factory).
I'm from Pennsylvania, but I've been gone a long time. I miss Chester County. (I was in Landenberg, but that was just a speck on the map; I was in the farm country at the southeast corner of the state). I attended Bryn Mawr.
Sometimes I miss PA. And seasons. That little corner of forests and fields was so much like the Shire -- and it was called the Brandywine Valley -- that I was stunned as a youngster to learn that J.R.R. Tolkien wasn't writing about my home.
Then all the housing developments from Delaware carved up the fields and forests into outhouse-shaped houses on little one acre plots, and they started banning pigs and suing neighbors for failing to mow their lawns, ahem, soy beans and fallow fields, so by the time I graduated from Bryn Mawr, it wasn't quite the same place.
Google says no nudity. These hubs violating policy. The so called authors of these hubs are very clever. They become fan of any one and in return they get fans. Thus they have maximum number of fans. As these galeries...
Hi to all- it seems that not many of us are managing to get to London, so in the interest of helping the wonderful hub team see that the location is right, I thought I'd ask where do people live.I'll start. I live in...