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11.22.2020

Clinton Christmas Light-Up Celebration: Holiday Drive Through in Western Allegheny County

Today we visit Clinton, PA and Findlay Township's Christmas Light-Up Celebration in Western Allegheny County Of all of the holiday drive through displays we have visited, this is one of the most laid back and relaxing. The display is set on a mile-long course through the woods of Clinton Community Park. If you go on a slower evening, typically on a weeknight, they will often let you drive through it multiple times, which is something that is really awesome. 
A mile-long drive-through awaits visitors to the Clinton Christmas Light-Up Celebration. This community event has welcomed visitors since 1993. 
One of my favorite parts of the display is the Christmas tree decorating. Trees are lined up and down across the display that are decorated by different members of the community. They are often individually dedicated to community organizations and to memorialize lost family members and often have themes. This part of the display is what I often pay the most attention to as we go through. On our visit last year, we drove through three or four times, and we noticed different details on the trees each time. This event is low key and really neat. It is within half an hour of most of the Pittsburgh area and well worth seeking out.  It is located just west of the Pittsburgh Airport on Lincoln Highway / Route 30. 

The admission rate is ten dollars a car, cash only, and you can ride through it as many times as you want on nights that it is not busy. It is open nightly through January 3rd.

For more information, check out their website at https://www.christmaslightup.com


It is that time of year again and we have now released our 2021 Interesting Pennsylvania Calendar!

Our 2021 Pennsylvania Wall Calendar features scenes from across the state, including views of Center City Philadelphia, Downtown Pittsburgh, the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon, Starrucca Viaduct in northeastern PA, Sullivan Falls in the Endless Mountains Region, the Grand Carousel at Knoebels Amusement Park, the Kennerdell Overlook above the Allegheny River in Venango County, the Big Mountain Overlook in Franklin County, a holiday scene from Bethlehem, Trillium in Gallitzin State Forest, and the Boulder Field in the Poconos at Hickory Run State Park. The calendars open up to be 17 inches tall by 11 inches wide (8.5 by 11 pages)

It makes for a great gift for someone or for yourself. It is available for purchase through the PayPal dropdown menus at the top of the page and the bottom of this article.

2021 Pennsylvania Calendar and PA Amusement Parks Book Options
 


11.15.2020

PA Holiday Bucket List: 17+ Awesome Places to Check Out

 The brightest time of the winter season is coming up, the holiday season. I hope that all of you have done some or all of the activities on this list, but if you have not, try to plan some time to enjoy them in the future. Christmas would just not be the same without them for us. While we do not get to all of these places each year due to time constraints, we try to do as many as possible. This is the list of our favorite things to do and places to experience during the holidays. With it being 2020, this list is going to look way different than a typical year, with some of our typical favorites having different operations or not running this year.  If you are looking for gift ideas, be sure to check out our gift guide.


1) Koziar's Christmas Village in Bernville, PA:
Article and Koziar's Website
Bar none, one of the quirkiest and most awesome places to visit in the country is Koziar's Christmas Village in Bernville, PA, just south of Interstate 78 in Berks County. This is a special place where family memories are made as brightly as the 500,000 old style, large bulb, Christmas lights that Koziar's uses. Some of my earliest memories were made here. There is nothing like sipping a cup of hot chocolate and walking around this attraction that has been family run and owned since 1948.  For 2020, they have changed to reservation times on prime evenings, so be sure to go to their website to reserve.

2) Bethlehem: The entire city that goes all out for the holidays.
First Moravian Church and the Holiday Craft Market
While we live in Pittsburgh, I (Dave) am originally from the Lehigh Valley. I consider Bethlehem to be my home city. No other city in the entire state decks itself out as great as Bethlehem, the Christmas City. The city was founded on Christmas Eve in 1741 by a group of the pacifist Moravians, led by David Nitschmann and Count Zinzendorf. 
Bethlehem's Advent Candle sculptures
Bethlehem's Advent Candles and the Star of Bethlehem out in the distance. 
Throughout the holiday season, lights are wrapped around many trees, actual Christmas trees are placed upon every light pole and every streetlight post, giant steel advent wreathes are placed around the city, christmas trees are decorated, and so much more. The Star of Bethlehem, visible for up to twenty miles away, shines as it always does on top of South Mountain looking over the city. The former Bethlehem Steel Blast Furnaces, known as SteelStacks and the Hoover-Mason Trestle, are especially neat to see with holiday lighting. 
Bethlehem's festivities include two German style Christmas craft marts, including Christkindlmarkt and Huts on Main Craft Vendors. Other things include the awesome Live Advent Calendar, which happens every night at 5:30 from December 1st-23rd, staying overnight or dining at the historic Hotel Bethlehem, browsing at the famous Moravian Book Shop, and so much more. Bethlehem is a place to spend a weekend at if you have the opportunity, especially during the Christmas season. Walking around outside with the family and taking in the festivities outside is a great way to get the family together this year as opposed to typical indoor house gatherings. 
3) Pittsburgh Light Up Night and Holiday Market. Pittsburgh usually kicks off the holiday season in the way it knows best, by running a huge fireworks display. This year will not involve the typical fireworks display, but the city is still going all out with beautiful decorations.  It is always a treat taking in the many holiday displays throughout the season.
4) Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens Winter Flower Show: Pittsburgh, PA.
Article and Website
Phipps Conservatory is a world class horticultural display garden that really comes alive in the holiday season. Lights and displays are set up throughout the sprawling indoor gardens complex, and outside on the grounds of the facility. This facility is stunning and constantly growing and improving, and dates back to 1893 when it was built by steel and real estate magnate, Henry Phipps. Any time of the year is awesome to visit this place, but one of the best times is during the Winter Flower Show. Be sure to arrange a reservation time to visit. 
5) Longwood Gardens: A Longwood Christmas: Kennett Square, PA
Article and Website
Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA, is another one of the world's premier horticultural display places. Similar to Phipps, this stunning facility was created by a gilded age industrialist. Pierre DuPont founded the facility, of which many of the buildings within the campus were a part of his mansion. The tract of property dates back to William Penn in 1700 who sold it to the Peirce family. In 1798 they started an arboretum and opened the land for public viewing. Pierre DuPont purchased the land in 1906 to prevent it from getting logged, and he made it his private mansion, of which he kept open for tours of the old arboretum and the new plant specimens that he added to the gardens. In 1946 he founded the Longwood Foundation, an organization that has kept the facility open in his honor ever since. The complex gets intricately decorated for the holiday season each year, with many displays, the thousands of plant and tree specimens throughout the complex, the famous fountains, and the sound of the famous 10,010 pipe organ still entertains visitors as it has since 1929. Longwood is an awesome place to visit any time of the year, but especially during Christmas. If you are going to visit, be sure to contact the gardens to reserve a time to visit.

6) Allentown PA and Lights in the Parkway
Every year, Allentown closes its Little Lehigh Parkway and creates a drive through holiday display.  
Lights in the Parkway is awesome!
7) Lancaster: The Strasburg Railroad
Strasburg Railroad Website


Similar to Bethlehem, Lancaster is another awesome area to visit over the holidays.

While perennial favorite, the National Christmas Center, recently closed, it will be reopening in a few years with a newly rebuilt building.

Photo from the Strasburg Railroad
The Strasburg Railroad is an absolutely awesome place to visit. Cited by many as the best preserved steam train attraction, Strasburg is a must-see attraction for anyone that loves trains and beautiful Amish farm scenery. In addition to the scenic ride you get on their classic trains, the trains and route are elegantly decorated for Christmas, and they even run themed holiday train rides.

8) Indiana, PA: Jimmy Stewart Museum,  It's a Wonderful Life Festival, and the Christmas Tree Capital of the World.

If you were unaware, one of the best actors of all time, Jimmy Stewart, grew up in Indiana, PA. The city is home to the Jimmy Stewart Museum in his honor, which celebrates the career of the legend that brought us one of the best Christmas movies of all time, It's a Wonderful Life. Indiana also celebrates a festival in his honor, with the It's a Wonderful Life Festival, which will be celebrated each weekend from the weekend of November 18th-Christmas. Be sure to come and visit the museum anyways and maybe even cut down a Christmas tree in the area nicknamed the "Christmas Tree Capital of the World."
Photo from It's a Wonderful Life
9) Lakemont Park: Altoona, PA: Holiday Lights on the Lake
Website
With the park's legendary coasters, the winter hibernation of the world's oldest operating roller coaster, Leap the Dips, and the Skyliner, Altoona, PA's Lakemont Park has a delightful drive-through holiday display. If you are in the area, definitely spend an evening at Lakemont Park.
10) Overly's Country Christmas: Mt. Pleasant, PA, Westmoreland County
Overly's has a great drive through display, along with a village with displays, food, hot chocolate, wagon rides, and even a bonfire to warm you up! Overly's is a great place to enjoy during the holidays.

Going to Wanamaker's (now known as Macy's) has been a Christmas shopping destination for Philadelphians over a century. The store is decked out with the focal point being the Wanamaker's organ, the world's largest playable musical instrument, which is played and followed with a coordinated holiday light show. While the light shows will be virtual this year, the decor can still be seen. It is not hard to find this beautiful place when you are in Center City, for it is located right across the street from the city's stunning City Hall and Dilworth Park, where they have another light show and an ice skating rink. 

12) Knoebels Joy Through The Grove Holiday Drive Through Event Website

Knoebels Amusement Resort is starting a new drive through holiday event this year. I do not often include things on our page that we have not personally experienced, but Knoebels Amusement Resort is nothing short of a treasure and they go all out with everything they do. The event should be awesome and it runs nightly from November 27th through January 3rd

13) Easton's Peace Candle

The 106 foot stature of this structure is pretty amazing. Since 1951, the city of Easton has built this landmark One of the neatest aspects of this landmark that it was created with a vision of peace, something that is the true meaning of the holiday season. This tradition was started in the midst of the Korean War and the idea behind the creation of this landmark is something that I have not seen with any other holiday decoration. It is a special tradition that you should definitely check out if you find yourself in the Lehigh Valley. Several of Easton's cool attractions are located near this landmark, including the Crayola Experience, celebrating how Easton brought us Crayola Crayons, and Weyerbacher Brewing, one of the finest craft breweries that we have ever experienced. 

14) Gettysburg:

Between the cute shops, decorations, and more, Gettysburg is a beautiful place to visit over the holidays.

15) Hersheypark's Candylane: Website
I have lots of early memories of Hersheypark's Candylane from when I was very little and the event was just beginning. It was a wonderful time. Candylane has since grown considerably, with the addition of a gate admission fee. With a few coasters open for the event now, including the brand new Candymonium Roller Coaster, Wildcat and several others, we now believe that the admission fee of $39.95 is more justifiable than before.  

16) While you are driving around the state, be sure to keep your eye out for some beautifully decked out houses, including Leechburg Lights, perhaps the most decked out house in the history of human civilization. 

Epic holiday decorations at a house in Ambridge, PA. 
17) Go out and cut down a Christmas Tree! Quakertown, PA's Wata Christmas Tree Farm and Bobwhite Acres Orchard, is our Christmas Tree farm of choice in the eastern part of the state, but there are many awesome places to choose from across the state. This photo was taken a few years ago, so I assume that the trees in this photo are probably ready for this year!
Indiana County

For a list of the many Christmas Tree Farms in Pennsylvania, check out this website

Get started planning! If you are looking for a gift for anyone, our book about Pennsylvania Amusement Parks "Great Pennsylvania Amusement Parks Road Trip," is available through the drop down menu at the top of the page, or through this link, along with our 2021 Interesting Pennsylvania Calendar.

It is that time of year again and we have now released our 2021 Interesting Pennsylvania Calendar!

Our 2021 Pennsylvania Wall Calendar features scenes from across the state, including views of Center City Philadelphia, Downtown Pittsburgh, the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon, Starrucca Viaduct in northeastern PA, Sullivan Falls in the Endless Mountains Region, the Grand Carousel at Knoebels Amusement Park, the Kennerdell Overlook above the Allegheny River in Venango County, the Big Mountain Overlook in Franklin County, a holiday scene from Bethlehem, Trillium in Gallitzin State Forest, and the Boulder Field in the Poconos at Hickory Run State Park. The calendars open up to be 17 inches tall by 11 inches wide (8.5 by 11 pages)

It makes for a great gift for someone or for yourself. It is available for purchase through the PayPal dropdown menus at the top of the page and the bottom of this article.

2021 Pennsylvania Calendar and PA Amusement Parks Book Options
 

11.08.2020

A Bunch of Pennsylvania Gift Ideas

 It is that time of the year again. If you are looking for some gifts for the holiday season, here are some ideas that should help you out!

Phipps Conservatory in Pittsburgh
1) Our 2021 Pennsylvania Calendar

We have created a 2021 Pennsylvania wall calendar that features many different sites from around the state. It is available for only $11.99, plus shipping, through this link, or through the dropdown menu at the top of the page. We also have a bulk discount for quantities of two or more.

2) Andy Vasquez Furniture:
Andy is a friend of mine from my high school days. He is in the custom furniture business, but also does great handiwork with different items such as planters and cutting boards. He does many projects from small to large, and is located in Philadelphia. He has online ordering through his page at www.andyvasquezfurniture.com


3) Pennsylvania Photo Prints: 
Prints of any of our photos are available through special request at greatpaparks@gmail.com

Fine Art America also has some of our prints available, with options such as throw pillows, phone cases, greeting cards, posters, and more. If there is a certain photo of ours that you really like that is not included, message us at greatpaparks@gmail.com and we can arrange for you to get what you would like. Below is a sampling of our photos that are available.
 4) Your local bookstore and local small businesses
Moravian Book Shop, Bethlehem
Pennsylvania is home to many great local bookstores that carry a wide assortment of gifts in addition to literary works. The first place that comes to mind is the Moravian Book Shop in Bethlehem, the nation's oldest continuously running bookstore, along with the many little shops in the downtown Bethlehem area. Other areas that come to mind for having an awesome selection of little shops are New Hope in Bucks County, Jim Thorpe in the Poconos, Wellsboro near the PA Grand Canyon, Gettysburg, and many others. Shop local and support the many awesome small businesses and shops that are located throughout the state.

5) Our Great Pennsylvania Amusement Parks Road Trip Book
We wrote this book about the ten different awesome and historic amusement parks throughout the state. Pennsylvania is home to more wooden roller coasters than any other state, and many rare or last of their kind rides. These parks have brought joy to Pennsylvanians for many generations and we cover these parks in our book, including Knoebels, Kennywood, Waldameer Park, Idlewild, Dutch Wonderland, Lakemont Park, Dorney Park, DelGrosso's, Conneaut Lake Park, and Hersheypark. Instrumental park visionaries, ride designers, and timeless memories of these parks are chronicled in this book, along with some cool regional places to check out in the areas of these different parks.

It is available through the dropdown menu at the top of the page, or through this link.

6) Holiday Gift Markets:
There are a wide variety of different seasonal gift markets throughout the state. Some of our favorites include Bethlehem's Christkindlmarkt and Christmas City Village Weihnachtsmarkt, and Pittsburgh's Holiday Market. Additionally, Philadelphia runs Christmas Village, Mifflinburg runs Christkindl Market, along with other holiday markets. Pennsylvania's old German roots go hand in hand with the German style holiday markets that are thrown all across the state. They are excellent places to go have a good time and to get your holiday shopping done. 

7) Farmers Markets: 
Pennsylvania has so many awesome Farmers and Artisinal Markets that are perfect for gift shopping. Philly's Reading Terminal Market has a wide array of vendors that offer all sorts of handmade and unique gifts. Other great places to check out include the Allentown Farmers Market, Quakertown Farmers Market, and the Meadville Market House. Additionally, a number of apple orchards and farms remain open through the holiday season, including Brown's Orchard in McDonald, PA, with its apples, apple butter, cider, sauce, and more. 

8) Zippo Lighters:
This historic company out of Bradford, PA has produced an American icon for more than 85 years. They even have a place in one of the most legendary Christmas movies, Die Hard


9) A new Martin Guitar
The Martin Family has produced guitars in Nazareth, PA since 1838. Their facilities and museum are open to tours and we highly recommend checking them out.
10) Crayola Crayons
The Crayola Experience in Easton offers a neat museum experience for the little ones. Their crayons are always a great go-to as a gift. 
11) BWP Bats
BWP Bats are custom made in Brookville, PA and are used by many Major Leaguers.

12) K'Nex
K'Nex were originally invented and produced in Hatfield, PA, and have relocated back there after moving production overseas. Their products make great gifts!

13) Pennsylvania Waterfalls Book by Scott Brown
Scott Brown's excellent Pennsylvania Waterfalls Book has some excellent insights into some of the Waterfalls throughout the state. I thoroughly enjoyed reading the book and it has inspired me to check out the listed falls.

14) Hiking Pennsylvania: A Guide to the State's Greatest Hikes
I received this as a gift a few years ago and it has some excellent examples of hikes throughout the state. We highly recommend it.


15) Backpacking Pennsylvania: 37 Great Hikes book by Jeff Mitchell



Groupon always has excellent deals and certificates make excellent gifts. Some of the deals they have going right now include a sightseeing cruise on Pittsburgh's Three Rivers on the Gateway Clipper, a a dinner cruise in Philadelphia, a catch an Eagles game, or a Sixers game, an Erie BayHawks NBA Development League Game, visiting Allentown's America On Wheels car and truck museum, and a sightseeing pass that gives you admission to a number of Philly's great museums.

17) Pennsylvania Cutting Boards


18) An overnight stay somewhere.....
I do not know about you, but my favorite gifts involve some sort of a getaway. If you are thinking about different ideas on places to go, check out our destinations map. Some of our recommendations for places to stay are included at this link. We highly recommend booking through booking.com

So here you go! These suggestions should help you out with your holiday shopping!

10.25.2020

Scripture Rocks Heritage Park: Huge Boulders, Forest & Biblical Graffiti with a Strange Backstory

There is something about human nature to want to leave its mark on aspects of nature that are large and impressive. This is seen time and time again in PA at numerous spots, specifically those with boulders. Instead of leaving them be, some people come with chisels, spray paint, and more to “leave their mark” and vandalize something that is much larger than them. Scripture Rocks in Brookville is a prime example of this human impulse. 

While the story regarding this biblical vandalism is fascinating and was the main draw for us going to check it out, the natural beauty of this forested and rugged tract with house sized boulders is what will bring us back to it again. Considering this place is less than a mile south of Interstate 80 on Route 28, this is a great spot to go and get a little hike in to split up a drive, or even to stop at as a pit stop on a ride up to Cook Forest or the Allegheny National Forest, or out to the Elk herd from the Pittsburgh area. 

Scripture Rocks in Brookville is a public park area that has been dedicated to the chiseled biblical graffiti that was one man's pipe dream, tirade, and evidence of his declining mental health that would lead him to be institutionalized in a time when mental health care was rudimentary and dangerous. We have to delve into the background of the man who created Scripture Rocks in order to truly understand the full context of the place.

Douglas Stahlman's graffiti illustrates the challenges of someone living with declining mental health in a time period in which minimal adequate intervention was possible. He adhered to a particularly strange and extreme brand of religious fundamentalism that is accurately described as a cult. This is specifically evidenced with him chiseling "an order from God" that a local young woman was to marry him. Soon after he completed his final set of graffiti, he was taken away and institutionalized at the former Dixmont State Hospital near Pittsburgh. Sadly, the right treatments for his mental health were not available at that point which would have not only protected him, but possibly saved his family members as well. 

CeCe doing some light reading.

Douglas Stahlman originally grew up in the Brookville area. After moving around in his life, he eventually ended up in the state of Indiana where he started a family with a wife and children. At this point he joined up with a "faith healer," John Alexander Dowie, who declared himself to be a "prophet" as the "third Elijah." Eventually Douglas began to call himself a prophet as well. 

Douglas, following the brainwashing that this cult instilled in him, refused all actual medical treatment for both his wife and his son. As a result of this negligence, his wife and one of his children succumbed to their illnesses with the withholding of medical treatment, instead insisting on "divine intervention through faith" would heal them, without considering the fact that maybe God directed the healthcare professionals and scientists to heal people. Needless to say, Douglas was horrendously negligent and his young wife and second son died as a result. The brother of Douglas's deceased wife took custody of the children after this fiasco, and Douglas was committed to the "insane ward at the county jail." Upon this development following Douglas's criminal negligence and some time spent in the ward, his mother in Brookville took him back in. A great rundown of Douglas's life can be found at this link. 

He ended up going on a mission tours of the country with Dowie, the charismatic cult leader and then stayed in Brookville. Between the brainwashing, possible guilt from making the absolute wrong choice that likely ended up killing his wife and child, and the trauma of that loss, his mental health was likely further compromised from what it was. He carried his religious mission to Brookville through creating altars and chapels on some of the giant boulders across town. Once he stayed in Brookville, he used his mission to create inscriptions on the rocks from 1907-1913, on which he wrote biblical passages, coupled with "statements from God" that commanded a young woman in the area to marry him:

"GOD HAS BEEN CALLING //// GILBERT FOR A LONG TIME TO BECOME MY WIFE SO FAR HER OWN AND FATHERS' STUBBORN RESISTANCE HAS PREVENTED OUR MARRIAGE"

(parts of the inscription have been defaced, showing signs of struggle with the family)

"GOD HAS BEEN CALLILING MARY GILBERT FOR A LONG TIME TO BECOME MY WIFE BUT SO FAR HER OWN AND HER FATHERS STUBBORN RESISTANCE HAS PREVENTED OUR MARRIAGE

HOW FAR MAY WE GO ON IN SIN? HOW LONG WILL GOD FOREBEAR?"

I underlined and bolded "her own" because this specifically talks about how this was not a relationship, but rather her being stalked by Douglas, by his own admission, but that "God commanded" that they have a relationship. He then proceeded to inscribe the following rocks with one bible verse that refers to retribution coming to those who rise up against someone, and then further verses that demand subservience by women and servants, likely as further threats to the poor young woman that he was harassing. 

His final known rocks, before he was institutionalized, state that God commanded the murder of his ex brother-in-law (the man who rescued his remaining children that were left after Douglas's willful negligence).  Needless to say, things were not going well with him. It is impossible to understand the totality of Scripture Rocks without the cautionary tale of its creator, which specifically illustrates the need for comprehensive and open access to mental health care, which Douglas (and the people that were either killed or harassed in his orbit) would have surely benefitted from. Now back to his creation, Scripture Rocks. 

The chiseled graffiti at Scripture Rocks in Brookville is Douglas's handiwork and Mother Nature is weathering and wearing it away back into smooth rock after just over a century. The local area has come together to create a small nature park to show off the boulders, which are truly impressive. Set into a heavily forested hillside, the boulders are massive and hiking around them is largely on the easy side, with light elevation change. The beautiful landscape itself is worth going out of your way to see and hike. 

In addition to the biblical graffiti of Douglas Stahlman, a small Native American campsite was located on the 4.5 acre site, in addition to some 19th century quarrying and exploratory test digging for possible coal mines was also undertaken on this tract. 

The biblical graffiti is an added novelty that adds on to an already impressive location. I came for the graffiti, but was mostly impressed with the house size boulders strewn about a beautiful second growth and mature forest. I will be back again to see the beautiful landscape. I have always been impressed by the wooded landscape of the Brookville Area, yet there are not a ton of opportunities to enjoy the landscape on public land. 1.5 miles of hiking trails await visitors to Scripture Rocks. This is a nice little place to check out if you happen to be in the area, especially en route to Cook Forest State Park, the Elk Herd, and the PA Wilds and Allegheny National Forest, or even if you are on a long drive on Interstate 80 and want to stretch your legs a little bit with a short hike. They also have a lovely picnic area at the trailhead for the park. The trails are also pet friendly, so be sure to take your dog and clean up after them!

It is that time of year again and we have now released our 2021 Interesting Pennsylvania Calendar!

Our 2021 Pennsylvania Wall Calendar features scenes from across the state, including views of Center City Philadelphia, Downtown Pittsburgh, the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon, Starrucca Viaduct in northeastern PA, Sullivan Falls in the Endless Mountains Region, the Grand Carousel at Knoebels Amusement Park, the Kennerdell Overlook above the Allegheny River in Venango County, the Big Mountain Overlook in Franklin County, a holiday scene from Bethlehem, Trillium in Gallitzin State Forest, and the Boulder Field in the Poconos at Hickory Run State Park. The calendars open up to be 17 inches tall by 11 inches wide (8.5 by 11 pages)

It makes for a great gift for someone or for yourself. It is available for purchase through the PayPal dropdown menus at the top of the page and the bottom of this article.

2021 Pennsylvania Calendar and PA Amusement Parks Book Options
 
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