"Virtue, Liberty, and Independence"
There are some beautiful cows in Pennsylvania. Travel by car is the best way to engage with the green and hilly dales and vales of this bucolic, beautiful and bountiful state. Pennsylvania is sizeable, 283 by 160 miles, but everything is within one day of driving. 13 state scenic “highways”, each in its own unique area, are wandering curving country roads where you find Amish farms, the nation’s best trout streams, live historical settlements and pick-you-own orchards. Stand at a fence and watch some cows. If they start talking back to you, get back in the car.
Fish and Game are important, as hunting and fishing and trapping are leading pastimes in Pennsylvania. With over 1.4 million acres of state game lands, hunters take down prize deer, bear, mountain lions, turkey, quail, duck, and geese. Anglers come from all over the globe for nationally-recognized trout streams that are protected and stocked. These, along with the Class A wild trout streams, and streams that support natural reproduction of trout bring anglers from all over the globe. There are public shooting ranges and camping is joy in any of the 121 state parks that offer hiking, fishing, swimming and night-time fireside fun. While hiking paths mosey around the entire state, the Appalachian Trail runs straight through on its way from Maine to Georgia.
Well-planned interstates let you travel between two of America’s greatest cities, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, in less than a day. Both are rich in history, art, culture and sports. Philadelphia, on the east side of the state boasts our nation’s birth and with it the historical and political ideals that shaped the world. Sports fanatics follow Eagles football, Phillies baseball, Sixers basketball, Flyers hockey and world-class soccer events. Pittsburgh, in the western half of the state, is at the confluence of three major rivers, the mighty Ohio, the wayfaring Allegheny, and the winding, scenic Monongahela. Along with great boating opportunities, the waterfront adds to the city a background for vibrant nightlife and casinos. Three Rivers Park is home to Steelers football, Pirates baseball, and Penguins hockey. But both cities are known internationally for their art, music and culture provided by multi-cultural, multi-national residents.
Since driving is the best way to see Pennsylvania, when on the road make sure to keep safe during unexpected breakdowns by using your Blitzify app on your phone or going to Blitzify.com to find a local and friendly mechanic who will see to getting you back on the road again.
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Harrisburg, PA 17120
Harrisburg, PA 17120
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