Thursday, April 27, 2017

Pennsylvania


Into Pennsylvania we find timber, more rolling hills, less budding trees, more farmland.

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We stayed at the Altoona, PA Walmart/Sam’s Club, with permission. We were at the end of the lot near Sam’s Club and a Primanti Bros. restaurant, who had free guest wifi we were able to use. Leaving Altoona, we started climbing in elevation, and kept climbing. We started at 865 feet and within a half hour climbed to 2377 feet.

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We didn’t want to get close to Pittsburgh, so took some secondary roads; some which we probably shouldn’t have been on. (Blame my phone!) This was right before crossing into Ohio.

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