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McRae Liberty Bell

Liberty Bell McRae, Georgia submitted by UrbanDragon (Scott) wendyvee says: Frequent contributor (and roadside wonder “all-star”), Scott, shared the McRae, Georgia Statue of Liberty with us last year. Now we get to view one of the other features of  McRae’s Liberty Square … the Liberty Bell replica. According to The Georgia Encyclopedia, McRae refurbished their old fire bell to create...

Market House Dungeon

The Dungeon Columbia Market House 15 South Third Street Columbia, Pennsylvania submitted by: “wendyvee” wendyvee says: So what do you do when you have a few unexpected hours to kill on a beautiful Friday afternoon? Well, I suppose you could go out in search of the nearest dungeon. That’s what I did! Columbia is a great little town along the Susquehanna River (on the eastern shore of the Susquehanna...

Columbia Market House

Columbia Market House 15 South Third Street Columbia, Pennsylvania submitted by: “wendyvee” wendyvee says: South Central Pennsylvania certainly doesn’t have a shortage of produce markets. Many of them are larger than The Columbia Market House — but few are as interesting and beautiful … and to my knowledge not one of them as a dungeon.  The the Columbia Market House does! (read...

Taste of Hamburg-Er Festival

“Taste of Hamburg-Er” Festival Hamburg, Pennsylvania submitted by: “wendyvee” I traveled north to Berks County this weekend for the 7th Annual “Taste of Hamburg-Er” Festival in Hamburg, Pennsylvania. My goal was to capture 2 things: the “Mooing Contest” and the “Hamburger Eating Contest”. Well, your intrepid reporter was met with failure on both parts....

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