Pennsylvania’s roads are notoriously bad, and if you’ve ever traveled in the state, it’s likely that you’ve hit a pothole at some point in your life. Because of this, it likely won’t surprise you that Pennsylvania is home to one of the world’s largest potholes….
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12 Jul A Family Road Trip Across Pennsylvania’s Route 6: Matamoras to Tunkhannock (Brought to You by the Route 6 Alliance)Adventure, Northeastern Pennsylvania, The Poconos | Jim Cheney
This article is brought to you by the Route 6 Alliance and based on my travels of Route 6. There’s nothing quite as American as a family road trip. However, there’s no need to head out west or to the beach for this summer’s road trip….READ MORE
When you think of museums in Scranton, it’s likely that the city’s great transportation and coal mining history are what first come to mind. However, sitting in a corner of Scranton’s Nay Aug Park is one of eastern Pennsylvania’s most underrated museums: The Everhart Museum….READ MORE
One of the things I love about traveling around Pennsylvania is the local foods that can be found in various corners of the state. While you can find them elsewhere, everyone knows that the best cheesesteaks are in Philly, the best pierogies can be found…READ MORE
In 1886, just six short years after Thomas Edison had received his patent for the lightbulb and the first electric lights were installed in downtown Scranton’s streetlights, the city introduced America’s first all-electric street car system. There’s no doubt that in late 19th-century America, the sight…READ MORE
During my travels around Pennsylvania and the world, I’ve been down in my fair share of caverns. However, until recently, I had never been into a mine. Given Pennsylvania’s rich mining history, I jumped at the chance to check out the Lackawanna Coal Mine on the…READ MORE