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2.19.2017

Interesting Pennsylvania and Beyond's Third Anniversary: Thank you for three great years!

Touring the classic cars at Huntingdon's Swigart Museum
We are now celebrating our third anniversary of our Pennsylvania travel blog, authentically showing you many of the awesome things to do throughout Pennsylvania and beyond. We focus the great places and institutions that provide for fun getaways and great relaxation. Our travels have brought us to every corner and county of the state, always finding new things to see and do that never fail to surprise us. As we have chronicled our thoughts and travels we have consistently grown and we are so thankful for your continued support. We hope that you are one of the many people that has used the information on our site to see some pretty spectacular things. You will be sure to have a good time visiting the places that we highlight.
A memorable moment getting to walk between the tracks on Kennywood Park's Racer
Coaster Talk No BS Zone, a page about amusement parks and roller coasters, was our first page and it dates back to 2012. Earlier on we covered different regional attractions that were located in the vicinity of different amusement parks, but we wanted to focus even further upon the different attractions that were not necessarily amusement park related.

Riding Leap-The-Dips, the world's oldest roller coaster at Altoona's Lakemont Park
Our 2013 book, Great Pennsylvania Amusement Parks Road Tripincludes sections on some of the excellent attractions located within close proximity to the ten different amusement parks throughout the state. We soon realized that we wanted to further delve into the many tourism opportunities that our state has to offer through covering them on a new website. 
Lake Erie Ice Dunes
A glorious drive up to Erie on our fifth anniversary as a couple in 2014 finally pushed us to create this Interesting Pennsylvania and Beyond. This was a spontaneous adventure after we had heard that ice dunes formed on Lake Erie at Presque Isle State Park during that brutally cold winter. The state park has always been a favorite hangout of ours during the summer months, so it was pretty awe inspiring seeing our summer oasis transformed into frozen tundra. The ice dune natural phenomena is really stunning and is well worth a trip to see. That trip inspired us to finally create Interesting Pennsylvania and Beyond, and we are still chugging along three years later. It is with great pride and joy that we continue along with our mission to you and your kind words throughout the years mean so much. It has been a journey showing you our journeys across this state, and we look forward to the next many years to come. Thank you very much for your continued support!
Touring the grounds and building at Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater

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