Saturday, August 3, 2013

Rural Americana in the Good Old Summertime

Mid-July I headed up to Ligonier, PA to pick-up my daughter from camp.  A long trip made more enjoyable by the sights along the historic Lincoln Highway- a part of Route 30 (the first road across America from New York City to San Francisco)

Town square in Ligonier, PA.  This town reminded me a bit of the lovely village of Clinton, NY near Utica.

An 1800's  log cabin church set in a cemetery.

Who doesn't love a covered bridge?  Always a worthy detour off the main road.


marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh you are so right, the scenery is fabulous. Thanks for letting me ride along and enjoy the view. Hugs, Marty

Kerry Steele- Design du Monde said...

How funny! I used to live right near there and my kids went to school in Ligonier. I have to say I prefer Virginia to Pennsylvania but Rt.30 is a nice drive.

Karen Albert said...

Treasured memories to remember!

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cindy hattersley design said...

So beautiful! I haven't been to the East Coast for so long...loved the tour!

vicki archer said...

It looks divine, I'd love to drive along Route 30!...Thank you for taking us along with you...xv

for the love of a house said...

What a fun trip Michele! It almost looks like you were in my neck of the woods;) Gotta love small towns!
happy summer,


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