14°F and snow is blowing in today so how about some doors from our Pennsylvania trip last month.
We spent a morning at The Berks County Heritage Center historical site in Reading. It honors an era in our history when we built wagons, ground wheat, and used a covered bridge and a chair lift to cross flowing water.
I loved the doors and the garden, but must admit that chair lift fascinated me. There wasn’t a chair there, probably for safety reasons, but the idea of climbing up to the small platform, sitting in a chair, and riding the wire across to the other side certainly did bring a smile.
We had a very interesting morning because in addition to honoring the past they also have a Bicentennial Eagle Memorial, Police and Veteran’s Memorial, a Doctor’s Grove, and a cemetery. With one stop in the beautiful Pennsylvania landscape, you can explore a variety of topics.
If you’re in the path of this storm or heading out this weekend for the holiday, stay safe.
Linked to Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors, November 15, 2018