Monday, July 12, 2010

Nazareth, Pennsylvania





(Back Road Journal travels out of New England to tour a few neighboring states.)

Nazareth, Pennsylvania was the former hometown of my mother-in-law. My husband wanted to visit this place that he hadn't seen in many years. It held so many fond memories for him, so for his birthday I made it one of the stops along our latest road trip. Nazareth is in the southeastern part of the state and the most notable thing I saw while down there were the cornfields. Many of them stretch for miles along the roads and highways, and reach beyond the horizon. Cornfields are everywhere, even near industrial centers. Green, green corn swaying in the breeze, as far as the eye can see!

1 comment:

G said...

Loved traveling through Pennsylvania during my various road trips.

I think the route that gave me the best views (and the least of amount of headaches) was US 6.

The Turnpike was good, but way too stressful...

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